Church of St. Andrew, Corbridge


St Andrew's Church, located by the Market Place in Corbridge, dates from the late 7th or early 8th century. The building includes stone reused from the nearby Roman town. The west porch of the church was raised into a tower in the early 11th century. The building was remodelled and altered in the 13th, 18th and 19th century.[1] St Andrew's Church is a Grade I listed building. The church is also notable for it's associated 13th century Vicar's Pele, 18th century hearse house and Lych gate war memorial.

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St Andrews Parish Church, Corbridge

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Corbridge parish church

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Corbridge parish church sundial

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CHURCH OF ST ANDREW - Corbridge - List Entry
- "Parish Church. Nave late C7 or C8, with 2-storey west porch raised into tower in early C11. 3-phase C13 remodelling: chancel rebuilt and north nave aisle added; north chancel aisle ...

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Parish of St. Andrew with St.Oswald Halton and Newton Hall
- Official Website of St Andrew's Church, Corbridge, and St.Oswald's Church, Halton.

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The Parish Church of St. Andrew, Corbridge

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St Andrew's Church - nave

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Nave, Font and West Window, St Andrew's Church

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St Andrew's Church - north transept - mediaeval memorial stone

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St Andrew's Church - gravestone near the altar

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The tower and west end of St. Andrew's Church, Corbridge

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The graveyard of St. Andrew's Church and the Vicar's Pele

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The tower of St Andrew's Church - west side

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St Andrew's Church, Corbridge

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St Andrew's Church - tomb recess in the north transept - gravestone

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St Andrew's Church - Norman arch

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St Andrew's Church - south aisle - grave slab segment

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St Andrew's Church - north aisle

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St.Andrews Church,Corbridge

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The porch of St Andrew's Church

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St Andrew's Church - blocked up Saxon doorway

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St Andrew's Church - nave and chancel

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St Andrew's Church - chancel - priest's door

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The Old Market Cross, Corbridge

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St Andrew's Church - chancel - priest's door - exterior

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St Andrew's Church, Corbridge

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The graveyard of St Andrew's Church (2)

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Richly-coloured window, St. Andrew's Church, Corbridge

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Parish Church of St. Andrew, Corbridge

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St Andrew's Church - sundial (1694)

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St Andrew's Church - Roman stone in tower

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St. Andrew's Church

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Arched entrance to the churchyard of St. Andrew's Church

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St Andrew's Church, Font and West Window

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