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Church of St Peter in The Forest, Spartylea


St Peter's Church in Spartylea, now converted into a private residence, was built in 1825. It replaced an earlier church of 1701. The church was known as  St Peter's in The Forest and was built as a chapel of ease to St Cuthbert's Church in Allendale. The former church is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England.

Spartylea High Forest and Low Forest (Allendale), 1848 1825 Private Residence Former Church Historic Buildings and Monuments in Allendale Civil Parish
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St Peter in The Forest, Spartylea

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St Peter's Church from riverside path

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St. Peter's Church and graveyard (3)

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Gravestone, St Peter's Church

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Sculpted gravestone, St Peter's Church

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CHURCH OF ST PETER, SPARTYLEA - List Entry
- "Former church, dated 1825, later C19 alterations. Rubble with rusticated ashlar quoins and surround to west porch door, slate roof. Ashlar bellcote with segmental arch on west gable. Overall rectangular ...

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Sparty Lea [0002-216]

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List number: 1154970
List grade: 2
County: Northumberland
Grid ref: NY8500748507

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