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Church of All Saints, Ryal


All Saints Church at Ryal dates from the 12th century and was previously a chapel of ease to the church at Stamfordham. The church was restored and partly rebuilt in c.1845, but retains a 13th century chancel arch.[1] The church is a Grade II listed building.

Ryal Churches and Cathedrals Historic Buildings and Monuments in Maften Civil Parish
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All Saints Church ( Ryal )

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Ryal Church

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The south door of Ryal Church

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CHURCH OF ALL SAINTS - Rydal - List Entry
- "Chapel of ease. C12, extensively restored and partly rebuilt c.1845, possibly by Sir Edward Blackett (cf. Matfen). Squared stone and ashlar with Welsh slate roof. Nave, chancel and west ...

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The belltower of Ryal Church above the yews

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List number: 1042747
List grade: 2
Post code: NE20 0RN
County: Northumberland
Grid ref: NZ0159374278

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