Description"Rothbury's Anglican parish church building - All Saints' Church - dates from circa 1850, largely replacing but in parts incorporating the fabric of a former Saxon edifice, including the chancel, the east wall of the south transept and the chancel arch. The church has a font with a stem or pedestal using a section of the Anglo-Saxon cross shaft, showing what is reputed to be the earliest carved representation in Great Britain of the Ascension of Christ. (Source Wikipedia)" Photo by Derek Voller, 2012.
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Added by: Simon Cotterill
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Picture Taken: 2012-07-20