St Mary’s Church


Image size: 225.00 x 300.00 mm

A limited edition giclee print. 45 in the edition signed and numbered

St Mary’s Church in Ponteland is well photographed, the scene of many weddings and christenings.

This limited edition giclee print is a great way to remember that special day and is often purchased as a gift for that family member or friend.

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St Mary’s Church, Ponteland | Paintings of Ponteland – Alan Reed

St Mary’s Church Ponteland is the village Anglican church and is well photographed, the scene of many weddings and christenings. Read about this ancient village church in Alan Reed Painting Blog

limited edition giclee prints and Original Paintings of Ponteland Church and village green. Art prints of Ponteland for sale at

The village of Ponteland has a good Community Partnership in the village

The church of St Mary The Virgin has stood in the middle of Ponteland for almost a thousand years. We believe Christians worshipped on this site before then. The world has changed a huge amount in that time. However, the Christian faith is just as relevant now as it was then.

Paintings of Ponteland

One of Ponteland’s most loved events is the annual Ponteland Parish Flower and Art Exhibition at the Memorial Hall. The exhibition incorporates a variety of painting subjects from local artists in the area. All Paintings of Ponteland are well admired including scenes of the village green, the Diamond Inn and the Blackbird.

If you just need a place to sit and think – St Mary’s is open every day. If you want to enjoy the history or the beauty of the church and churchyard – please do. You are welcome to worship – and (often) to coffee afterwards. You would be welcome in the choir (as long as you can (vaguely) hit the right note), to join a group, to learn, to discuss – there are many activities on offer. Most importantly, many friendships are made here – and deeper relationships with God.

Ponteland Village, Northumberland

Ponteland is a town and civil parish in Northumberland, England. 15 km north of Newcastle upon Tyne. The name means “island in the Pont”, after the River Pont which flows from west to east and joins the River Blyth further downstream, before flowing into the North Sea.

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Dimensions 1.00 × 300.00 × 225.00 cm

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