St Michael and All Angels Church-Reredos and Panelling
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- Metal Brass
- Stone Alabaster
- Timber Oak
- First World War (1914-1918)
- Second World War (1939-1945)
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Original- To the Glory of God/this Chancel Screen and the/alabaster reredos were given by/the Parishioners and friends of/St Michael's South Westoe/as a thank offering to God/for victory and in memory both/of those who resided in the Parish/and of those who/worshipped in this Church/from outside the Parish/who laid down their lives/in the World War 1914-1918/whose names are inscribed/on either side of the reredos./[329 WW1 names in 16 columns and 109 WW2 names in 4 columns] 109 Plaque added after the fires-The Church and Parish Centre were/dedicated by The Right Reverend/David E Jenkins, Bishop of Durham/on October 27th 1989/after restoration and reordering/following the fire of/December 3rd 1987 in which part of/this memorial screen/originally positioned between/nave and chancel was destroyed.