List number: 1276786
List grade: 2
Grid ref: NU2298429280

Church of St Ebba, Beadnell


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Church of St Ebba, Beadnell

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Church of St Ebba

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Crown Architecture on Beadnell Church Tower

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Stained glass window on south side of Church of St Ebba, Beadnell (1)

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East window, Church of St Ebba, Beadnell

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Stained glass window on south side of Church of St Ebba, Beadnell (3)

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St Ebba Church, Beadnell

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Church of St Ebba

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Stained Glass Window on south side of Church of St Ebba, Beadnell (2)

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Interior of Church of St Ebba, Beadnell

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St Ebba Church, Beadnell, Font

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St Ebba Church, Beadnell, Memorial

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St Ebba Church, Beadnell, Banner

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Church of St Ebba (Beadnell)

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Beadnell, Northumberland

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CHURCH OF ST EBBA - Beadnell - List Entry
- "Parish church. c.1740, enlarged 1797. Partly Gothicized c.1860, possibly by F.R. Wilson of Alnwick, and again, largely internally, in 1889. Ashlar with Lakeland slate roof. West porch-tower ...

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