Church of St Cuthbert, Embleton, Cumbria


The church is in an isolated location, almost a mile south-west of the village of Embleton in Cumbria. The church was built 1806 on the site of an earlier church, and remodelled 1884.[1]

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St Cuthbert's church, Embleton

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The Church at Embleton.

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Embleton church

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Embleton – St Cuthbert’s Church
- "St Cuthbert’s Church, 3/4 mile south of the village of Embleton, built 1806, and remodelled 1884. There are two stained glass windows – artists unknown...."

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Binsey Mission Community
- "...We are 13 congregations sharing and exploring our Christian faith with each other and the communities......Binsey is a beautiful mountain in the northern Lakes and is visible from all ...

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