List grade: 1
List number: 1185983
Keys to the Past HER: D36517
Post code: DH7 0LJ
Grid ref: NZ1676247392

Church of All Saints, Lanchester


All Saints is the Parish church in Lanchester, County Durham. The original building dates from the mid 12th Century, and was extended by the Bishop of Durham Anthony Bek in 1284. The tower dates from c.1430. The church features a Norman chancel arch, and there is a Roman Altar from 244 AD in the porch. The church is a Grade I listed building.

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All Saints Church and Churchyard

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Memorial plaque commemorating the men and women of Lanchester who gave their lives during the First World War

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Lanchester Parish Church

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A Roman Altar (AD244) in Lanchester Church

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All Saints Parish Church notice board

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Access gate to All Saints, Lanchester

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Vestry doorway, Lanchester All Saints

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The widened chancel of All Saints

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All Saints Church, Lanchester

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Parish of Lanchester & Burnhope
- All Saints Parish Church, Lanchester, and St. John’s, Burnhope - official Website of the parish.

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CHURCH OF ALL SAINTS - Lanchester - List Entry
- "Parish church; collegiate church 1283-C16; at one time known as church of St. Mary. C12, possibly incorporating earlier fabric, with C13 alterations and additions, and C14, C15 and later alterations ...

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All Saints' Church, Durham Road, Lanchester
- "Parish church; collegiate church 1283-C16; at one time known as church of St. Mary. C12, possibly incorporating earlier fabric, with C13 alterations and additions, and C14, C15 and later alterations ...

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Longovicium, Lanchester Roman Fort
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Longovicium, Lanchester Roman Fort
- Overview About Longovicium Map Street View Longovicium was a Roman fort established in the mid 2nd century AD, which lay on Dere Street, the Roman road connecting York with the ...

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