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Haydon Old Church


This former parish church dates from the 12th century. It is located in an isolated postion, situated in a walled churchyard surrounded by trees, about half a mile north of Haydon Bridge. Haydon Old Church is a Grade I listed building.

Haydon Bridge Historic Buildings and Monuments in Haydon Civil Parish
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Haydon Old Church

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Haydon Old Church (2)

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Haydon Old Church - entrance gates

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St Cuthbert's Chapel, Haydon Bridge

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Yew-lined path to Haydon Old Church (2)

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St Cuthbert's Chapel, Haydon

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Haydon Old Church - entrance door

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The chancel, Haydon Old Church

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Snowdrops in the churchyard at Haydon Old Church

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HAYDON OLD CHURCH - Haydon Bridge - List Entry
- "Former Parish Church. Chancel C12, south chapel C14. West end, 1882 by C.C. Hodges. Squared stone including re-used Roman material, stone slate roof. Chancel with 2- bay south chapel ...

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List grade: 1
List number: 1042512
Post code: NE47 6LL
County: Northumberland
Grid ref: NY8423165297

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