List number: 1371119
List grade: 2*
Grid ref: NU0577201657

Church of All Saints, Rothbury


All Saints is the parish church of Rothbury. The current church building dates from the 13th century, with restoration in 1850. However, it is a more ancient place of worship; the font in the church has a pedestal which once formed part of an Anglo Saxon cross dating around 800 AD. All Saints Church is a Grade II* listed building.

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Rothbury, All Saints

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All Saints Church, Rothbury

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Rothbury

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Interior of All Saints Church, Rothbury, Northumberland

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The ancient font in All Saints Church, Rothbury

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Northumberland Townscape : All Saints Church, Rothbury

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Rothbury Church

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All Saints Church, Rothbury

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Northumberland Townscape : Rosie, Sue And Somebody Else, Whose Name Escapes Me At The Moment

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All Saints Church, Rothbury

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Church Street and All Saints Church, Rothbury, Northumberland

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CHURCH OF ALL SAINTS - Rothbury - List Entry
- "Parish Church, on important Pre-Conquest site. Chancel and east walls of transepts C13, chancel north arcade late C14; remainder 1849-50 by G. Pickering, except for chancel vestries of 1887 and ...

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Rothbury, Northumberland – All Saints
- "....There was probably an ancient foundation here, according to the guidebook the Anglo-Saxons this was a royal burgh. Perhaps the original church was destroyed by the Vikings or the Normans ...

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