List number: 1370467
List grade: 2*
Grid ref: NY8780277962

Church of St Giles, Birtley, Northumberland


St Giles, Church in Birtley, Northumberland, was built in the 12th century, and restored in 1884. The church is a Grade II* listed building.

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St. Giles Church, Birtley (4)

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St. Giles Church, Birtley - porch and tower

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St. Giles Church, Birtley

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St. Giles Church, Birtley - Norman chancel arch

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St. Giles Church, Birtley - east window

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St. Giles Church, Birtley - priest's doorway

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St. Giles Church, Birtley - grave slabs in porch

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St. Giles Church, Birtley - tower

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St. Giles Church, Birtley - grave slabs in porch (2)

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St. Giles Church, Birtley - churchyard

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St. Giles Church, Birtley - font

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St. Giles Church, Birtley - nave

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St. Giles Church, Birtley - rose window

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St. Giles Church, Birtley - churchyard (2)

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CHURCH OF ST GILES - Birtley - List Entry
- "Parish church. C12 restored 1884. Dressed stone and random rubble. Welsh slate roof. Nave, chancel, west porch and south-west tower. Chancel north wall and nave masonry is C12. Most other ...

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