Heritage Open Day

14th September 2018 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm
St Robert's Church and Collingwood House
Morpeth NE61 1QF


St. Robert’s Church, Morpeth
Oldgate, Morpeth, NE61 1QF
Thursday 13 September Noon to 4pm; Friday 14 September Noon to 4pm
A glorious church of 1850 with stained glass windows by the renowned William Wailes. An icon to St Robert is incorporated into the stained glass of the Sanctuary. There is a marble memorial for those who fell in the First World War. Church members will be on hand to give information about St Roberts’ and its most important features. No booking required.



Collingwood House
Oldgate, Morpeth, NE61 1QF
Thursday 13 September Noon to 4pm, Friday 14 September Noon to 4pm
Admiral Lord Collingwood was Nelson’s second-in-command at the Battle of Trafalgar and spent long periods of time away at sea but this Georgian house in Morpeth was where his family lived. Although his visits home were rare, he wrote fondly of his time spent here in Morpeth. This house is now the Presbytery of St Robert’s R.C. Church which will be open at the same time. No booking required.