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St Mary Magdalene Church, Trimdon


"The Parish church of St. Mary Magdalene dates back to the Norman period with later medieval and extensive 19th century alterations. It maintains an important central role in the village, featuring positively in views through the conservation area. Key features include the exposed bell tower, the traceried windows, and decorative finials...The Beckwith Family Burial Vault was discovered in 1989 under the Chancel floor during works to renew the uneven floor and further works to the interior of the building have been carried out in successive years." (Durham County Council)

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St Mary Magdalene Church, Trimdon

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St Mary Magdalene Church, Trimdon, Interior

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St Mary Magdalene Church, Trimdon, Graveyard

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St Mary Magdalene Church, Trimdon, Chancel

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St Mary Magdalene Church, Trimdon, Stained glass window

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St Mary Magdalene Church, Trimdon, Organ

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St Mary Magdalene Church, Trimdon, Interior

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St Mary Magdalene Church, Trimdon, Pulpit

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St Mary Magdalene Church, Trimdon, Chancel

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St Mary Magdalene Church, Trimdon

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St Mary Magdalene Church, Trimdon, Graveyard

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