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Old Church of St Bride, Bridekirk


The old Church of St Bride was the former parish church of Bridekirk. The building dates from the 12th century, late C15 or early C16 alterations. It was runind by a fire in the 19th century, after which the new church was built. The ruins, located in the churchyard of St Bridget's Church, are a Grade II listed structure.

Bridekirk Historic Buildings and Monuments in Bridekirk Civil Parish Church of St Bridget, Bridekirk
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Old Church of St Bride, Bridekirk

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Old Church of St Bride, Bridekirk

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Old Church of St Bride, Bridekirk

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Old Church of St Bride, Bridekirk

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Ruins of the previous church at Bridekirk

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The windows of the old church

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Ruin church

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RUIN OF CHURCH OF ST BRIDGET - Bridekirk - List Entry
- "Parish Church now in ruins, within churchyard of present parish church. C12 with late C15 or early C16 alterations, made into ruin in late C19. Mixed calciferous and red sandstone ...

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List number: 1326849
List grade: 2
County: Cumbria
Grid ref: NY1171333706

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