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Church of St Cuthbert


St Cuthbert's Church in Bedlington can be dated back to the 10th Century and was built on the site of an earlier church.[1] The remains of St. Cuthbert was rested here in 1069, when they were temporarily removed from Durham Cathedral for sanctuary following the Norman Conquest. The church is a Grade 2* Listed Building.

Bedlington Historic Buildings and Monuments in West Belington Civil Parish Church of England Saint Cuthbert (634-687) Bedlington (St. Cuthbert) Parish, Historical Account, 1848 Churches and Cathedrals Grade II* Listed
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St Cuthbert's Church, Bedlington

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St Cuthbert's Church, Bedlington

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CHURCH OF ST CUTHBERT p
- "Parish Church. Nave mid-C12 with C14 south chapel. Chancel rebuilt 1743 and again in mid-C19, west tower 1868, north aisle, vestries and nave windows 1911-12. Nave and chapel squared stone ...

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Church of St Cuthbert, Bedlington
- Church Website. "A Grade II* listed building, consecrated around 900AD, the body of St. Cuthbert rested here in 1069 before interment at Durham Cathedral. The Church has been re-ordered over ...

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List number: 1153497
List grade: 2*
Post code: NE22 5EL
County: Northumberland
Grid ref: NZ2605081813

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