St Cuthbert's Church, Darlington


In 995 AD Darlington was one of the resting places of St Cuthbert’s remains on the journey from Ripon to Durham. Bishop Puiset built a palace (on the site of the current Town Hall) in 1164, and then initiated the building of the church in 1180. The main church was completed c1240, and the spire later in the 14th century.

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St Cuthbert's Church, Darlington
- Official Website of the church, including a history section.

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SAINT AGUSTINE

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IN SPIRED

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THE VICARS EXIT

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Hugh de Puiset (1125-1195)
- Overview About Hugh de Puiset Hugh de Puiset (aka Bishop Pudsey) was Bishop of Durham between 1153 and 1195, and Chief Justiciar of England under King Richard I. He was noted as ...
Saint Cuthbert (634-687)
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- Overview About St Cuthbert Cuthbert is a saint of the early Northumbrian church in the Celtic tradition. In the former Kingdom of Northumbria, Cuthbert was associated with the monasteries of ...
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CHURCH OF ST CUTHBERT - Darlington - List Entry
- "Tall cruciform church, mostly of early C13. Nave is aisled, transepts and chancel aisleless, of 3 external stages. Chancel rebuilt in 1864-5 in original style. Crossing tower with stone spire ...

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