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CHURCH OF ST PETER AND ST PAUL

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13th century with 15th century tower and north transept; nave largely rebuilt circa 1800 and altered 1897, chancel rebuilt 1876; late 19th century vestry. Restored and roofs renewed 1902. Three Anglo-Saxon sculptured stones; Early Medieval stone coffin and undated sculptured stones.

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Parish church. 10th century tower, heightened in early 11th century, repaired, reroofed and embattled circa 1411; late 11th century nave with mid 12th century north arcade and north aisle; early 13th century chancel extended circa 1300; mid 14th century south aisle and chancel north chapel...

CARLISLE CATHEDRAL

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Carlisle Cathedral started life as the church to St Marys Priory, a house of Augustinian Cannons, founded in 1122 by Henry I. In 1133, Henry I established the Diocese of Carlisle and the Priory Church as its Cathedral. The priory was Dissolved in 1540

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Church, now dwelling. Early 12th century nave with probable earlier origins, conversion of later 12th century chancel and tower of 1795 in 1980. Magnesian limestone ashlar with pinkish-brown brick tower with red brick dressings and red fish scale roof. West tower originally in 2 stages, no...

ST OSWALDS CHURCH

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Church built of coursed, squared sandstone with ashlar dressings. The church is of late 12th century origin and originally consisted of a nave of the present dimensions and a western tower. In the mid 14th century, possibly after a fire in 1347, the chancel and aisles were rebuilt. Much of...

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Historical records indicate that an Anglo-Saxon monastery was founded in around AD 669, when Egbert, King of Kent, granted Reculver to Bassa for the foundation of a minster church. The church was built near the centre of the earlier Roman fort of Regulbium (TR 26 NW 1), probably around the...

ST MARY MAGDALENES CHURCH

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The church has an Anglo-Saxon nave, 12th century north arcade, chancel arch and tower; 13th century south aisle, 15th century north aisle and piers and responds of north arcade and chancel arch; south arcade and porch of c1600; chancel of 1806. Restored in late 19th century, 1927 to 1934 a...

ST MARY AND ST CUTHBERTS CHURCH

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Large church on the site of an Early Medieval cathedral, extant 883-995 when Chester-le-Street was the see of Lindisfarne. Anchorage founded circa 1383. Medieval college of secular priests, founded 1286 and dissolved in 1574. At the time of the Norman Conquest the church probably consisted...

CHURCH OF ST CUTHBERT

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A 13th century church, with tower dated 1792, alterations of 1901. Mixed calciferous sandstone rubble walls with large flush quoins, tower partly rendered; graduated green slate roof. 2-storey square west tower/porch; 4-bay nave/chancel. Tower has plan

ST OSWALDS CHURCH

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Church constructed during the 13th century, rebuilt and restored in 1910. During the restoration Anglo-Saxon sculptured stones were found mainly in the tower which had been reconstructed in 1769. The fragments included parts of cross heads and shafts, slabs and hogback stones, all of late...