Church of St Mary, Barnard Castle


St Mary's parish church is located the heart of Barnard Castle and stands at the top of The Bank and overlooks the Market Cross. The church was built during the 12th and 14th centuries, with extensive modifications since then, including a rebuilding of the main tower in 1873-4. The church is a Grade 1 Listed building.
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St Mary's Parish Church, Barnard Castle

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Church in Barnard Castle

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St Mary's Parish Church, Barnard Castle

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St Mary's Parish Church, Barnard Castle

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St Mary's Parish Church (interior)

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CHURCH OF ST MARY - Barnard Castle - List Entry
- "Parish church. C12-C14 with Perpendicular windows. Alterations c1680 when south porch removed; 1814 repairs included renewal of east window, rebuilding south wall of chancel removing 4 lancets; 1868-70 repairs: closing ...

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St. Mary's Barnard Castle with Whorlton
- Official Website for the Church of England Parish of Barnard Castle with Whorlton, Teesdale, in South West County Durham. The parish is composed of the Churches of St Mary’s ...

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Durham Dales: Barnard Castle

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Church of St. Mary, Whorlton
- Overview Map St. Mary's Church in Whorlton, County Durham, is now part of the combined parish of Barnard Castle with Whorlton. The Norman chapel which originally stood on this site ...

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