List number: 1251034
List grade: 2
Grid ref: NY9369669560

Church of St Oswald, Heavenfield, near Wall


The church here is built on the site of the Battle of Heavenfield in 634 AD, when King Oswald of Northumbria defeated Cadwalla.

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St Oswald's Church

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Church of St Oswald (Wall)

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Church of St Oswald (Wall)

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St. Oswald's Church, Heavenfield - interior

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St. Oswald's Church, Heavenfield - bell tower

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St. Oswald's Churchyard

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St. Oswald's Church, Heavenfield - 18th C sundial

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The church of St Oswald in Lee, at Heavenfield

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St. Oswald's Church, Heavenfield (6)

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St. Oswald's Church, Heavenfield - porch

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St. Oswald's Church, Heavenfield - handle on porch door

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St. Oswald's Church, Heavenfield - Roman altar

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St. Oswald's, Heavenfield

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St Oswald's Church, Heavenfield

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St. Oswald's Church, Heavenfield (5)

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St. Oswald's Church, Heavenfield (4)

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CHURCH OF ST OSWALD - Wall - List Entry
- "(previously listed as Church of St Oswald- in-Lee) Parish church; on medieval site, rebuilt 1737 and remodelled with addition of porch 1887 by W S Hicks. Squared roughly -tooled stone ...

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