List number: 1041677
List grade: 2
Grid ref: NT9955452287
Post code: TD15 2AJ

Church of St Bartholomew and St Boisil, Tweedmouth


St Bartholomew and St Boisil's is the parish church in Tweedmouth, Berwick-upon-Tweed. A church on this site was recorded in 1145 AD, and there is thought to have been a church here since the 7th century.[1] The church was rebuilt in 1783. The north transept was added in 1841, originally this contained a gallery for the poor and later used for the choir. The chancel and vestry were built in 1866-8, designed by F. R. Wilson.[2] The Church is a Grade II listed building.  

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The Church of St Bartholomew & St Boisil, Tweedmouth

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St Bartholomew and St Boisil Churchyard at Tweedmouth

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Church Road, Tweedmouth

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CHURCH OF ST BARTHOLOMEW AND ST BOISIL - Tweedmouth - List Entry
- "....The current building replaces earlier churches on the site dating back to at least the C12 (first reference 1145). The earliest parts of the building date to 1783 when earlier ...

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Parishes of Tweedmouth, Spittal and Scremerston
- Website of the 3 parish churches.

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Tweedmouth – St Bartholomew & St Boisil (again)
- "....the church is dedicated to St Bartholomew and St Boisil – Boisil being re-established in 1995. Boisil was the prior of the abbey that Aidan had founded at Melrose, and it ...

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