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Church of St Andrew


St Andrew's Church, located in South Church, Bishop Auckland, and dates from the 13th Century. The church was reconstituted by Bishop Bek in 1293 and the top stage of the church tower was added in the 15th century. The church is a Grade I listed building. 

Bishop Auckland South Church Historic Buildings and Monuments in Bishop Auckland Churches and Cathedrals Grade I Listed
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Auckland, St Andrew's Church.

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South Church Bishop Auckland

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CHURCH OF ST ANDREW - Bishop Auckland - List Entry
- "Parish church, collegiate at one time. Existing collegiate church reconstituted in 1293 by Bishop Bek. C13 with C15 top stage of tower, and some C16 alterations. C19 restoration and 1881 ...

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Local History: South Church (County Durham)
- "The village of Auckland St. Andrew, or South Church, as it is now usually called, is situated on the river Gaunless, which is at this place crossed by a stone ...

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South Church
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South Church
- Overview Map Street View South Church is a village immediately south-east of Bishop Auckland. The ancient St Andrew's Church is located here. South Church is a village just south of Bishop ...
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South Church, St. Andrews Church

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South Church, St. Andrews Church: Northern aspect of the tower

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South Church, St. Andrews Churchl Eastern aspect

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List number: 1196458
List grade: 2*
County: County Durham
Keys to the Past HER: D6886
Post code: DL14 7JU
Grid ref: NZ2175028470

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