7 thoughts on “Holy Trinity Chuuch.

  1. Colleen – Re. travelling to Stockton from Durham city by public transport – there is a very good bus service – leaves ( I think) hourly from Durham Bus Station which is situated on North Road. I might be wrong but I think the bus you would want is the X1. You can always check at the Bus Station.There is no direct train route.I hope this helps.

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  2. my great grandparents Elizabeth and David Barker were married at Holy Trinity Church in 1881. They lived in Adam Street and my grandfather David Barker was born there. I am visiting Durham later in the year and would like any information re: location of Adam Street and the easiest way to travel to Stockton on Tees on public transport from the city of Durham.

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  3. I believe my great grandma used to attend this school in the late 1800s. pos 1880″s. She was called Sarah Thompson and was born 1874ish. I know very little about her except that her familly were wealthly. They owned a business, possiably in either basket making or shoes. She was meant to marry into another familly but rather than do that she ran off with a sailor (Thomas watts) and got disinherited. She had a sister called Elizabeth I think. if any one has any info it would be greatly welcomed Sarah Ingledew

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  4. Hi all. I used to go to Trinity boys school in the early 60″s. I am so sorry to see that the church is burnt out. I recall being one of the 3 wise men at a christmas play. I have heard that the school is gone?. There used to be another part of the school at the far end of the church yard used for art/carpentry class. I now live in south africa and close to 59 years old. Does any one remember the conker tree just over the wall of the school.. Happy days..

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  5. My Gran used to live at 10 Park Terrace, also I was born there too. So the Holy Trinity Church Yard was naturally to us kids a play-ground and what fun we had. Sadly now, it seems unsafe to do so.

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  6. I remember playing in the grounds of Holy Trinity church yard as a child. There was never any vandalism just good fun playing “Hide and Seek”.

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