4 thoughts on “St Luke’s Church, Thornaby

  1. I used to be in the Church choir there, a long time ago, somewhere around the 1950-60 region, and I was christened there.

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  2. The Church Records of St Lukes Church, Thornaby are stored for safe keeping in the Middlesbrough & Teesside Archives, Exchange House, Exchange Square, Middlesbrough (run by Middlesbrough Borough Council) address 6 Marton Rd, Middlesbrough TS1 1DB. Phone: 01642 248321, found opposite Middlesbrough railway station, adjacent to the spot where the old bus terminus used to be. The records kept include 98 major companys including Dorman & Long, 276 organisations including churches, hospitals, port records, etc, of interest to me was the diary kept by Dennis Towlard, (1960-1991), headmaster of Thornaby-on-Tees Church of England School and Georgian theatre researcher of Stockton-on-Tees. The Teesside Archives collects, catalogues and preserves records and documents relating to the areas of Middlesbrough, Stockton, Hartlepool, and Redcar.

    The Middlesbrough Roman Catholic Diocesan Archives Browse and repositories can be found at the Curial Office 50A The Avenue Linthorpe, Middlesbrough, TS5 6QT Telephone: 01642 850505

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  3. Just to let everyone know, it is open again as The Vine Church! All are welcome! Sundays at 10:30 for teas and coffees, and other activities during the week!

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