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St. Wulston's Church, Heworth

St. Wulston's Church, Heworth
St Wulstan's Church rests inside the fork formed by the Fossway before its northern branch joins Muncastergate, in the Heworth area of York. The church began life as a mission chapel for Holy Trinity Heworth (see below). It seems to have been built in 1940, which is when it was dedicated to St Wulstan on 20 February. Built in red brick with a single bell in the bell cote over the front of the nave, the church gained its own parish from part of that of Holy Trinity. [The History Files]

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St. Wulston's Church is located at OS Grid Ref. SE6115953408

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