Wycliffe


Wycliffe, County Durham, is a hamlet on the south bank of the River Tees, located 4 miles south east of Barnard Castle.  The village is part of the civil parish of Wycliffe with Thorpe. The parish Church of St Mary at Wycliffe dates from the 13th Century and Wycliffe Hall has medieval origins.

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A house in Wycliffe

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Old Dairy House

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Approach to St Mary's Wycliffe

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Arch over path to St Mary's Wycliffe

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Downstream River Tees

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Life belt at Wycliffe

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Former Manse

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Access to former manse from St Mary's churchyard

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A house by the River Tees

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St Mary's, Wycliffe, near Barnard Castle

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