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Church of St Ebba, Ebchester

The Parish Church of Ebchester was built 12th century, with extensive rebuilding in 1892 by C.H. Fowler. The church tower was added and the nave extended in 1910 by G.T. Wilson. The church is Grade II* listed on the National Heritage List for England.

Ebchester Grade II* Listed Churches and Cathedrals 1892 Historic Buildings and Monuments in Leadgate and Medomsley Ward
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St Ebba's Church, Ebchester

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Ebchester Church

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Church & churchyard of St Ebba Ebchester

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- "Parish church. C12, extensively rebuilt in 1892 by C.H. Fowler; tower added and nave extended and other work done in 1910 by G.T. Wilson. Sandstone rubble, except for lower course …

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The Parish Church of St Ebba, Ebchester
- PDF with detailed description of the church and history. "St Ebba’s parish church stands in the centre of the village of Ebchester, on the south-east side of the Derwent valley; …

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List number: 1240418
List grade: 2*
County: County Durham
Post code: DH8 0PY
Grid ref: NZ1036555450


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