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St Laurence's Church
Church
Pittington
One of County Durham’s finest Norman churches with 12thC arcades, Norman font and a rare 12thC wall painting. ...
St Mary the Virgin Church in Ovingham
Church
Ovingham
Late Saxon West Tower, 12th Century porch, original long lancet windows at east end. ...
St Edwin's Church
Church
Darlington
This beautiful 12th century church (with 14th century spire) stands high above the River Tees. Coniscliffe means King’s Cliff; Edwin was first Christian King of Northumbria. ...
Beautiful Glass Font Bowl
Church
Durham
Our Church warmly welcomes you to meet with God and share in worship and fellowship with us. ...
Church
Gosforth
The church commands a prime position on a beautiful tree lined site in a prosperous suburb a short walk from Gosforth High Street where there are shops, cafes and amenities. ...
St Andrew's
Church
Aycliffe
An ancient ecclesiastical centre, collection of 2 Saxon crosses dating from the 9thC, Saxon interior, jacobean pulpit, organ screen and pews. ...
Sunny Day at Ingram
Church
Alnwick
A beautiful church set in a large rural churchyard, an ideal place for quiet meditation. ...
St Mary Magdalene in the snow
Church
Whalton
Largely medieval church displaying the evolution of a well-developed 13thC church from a Norman core. Carvings in stonework and a turret clock dated 1796. ...
St Thomas' from the East
Church
Bishop Auckland
Church was built 1915, stone built with Westmorland slate roof, Bellcote with one bell.  Nave and chancel, one aisle.  Nelson organ. ...
The Church of St Mary Magdalene
Church
Hartlepool
This is an ancient enigmatic building in a rural setting of Hart Village. Church is adjacent to the remains of the de Brus Manor House and Medieval Fish Pond field. ...
St Mark's Church exterior
Church
Allendale Town
St. Mark’s Church at Ninebanks offers breathtaking views over the remote West Allen valley and a fascinating local history and is on the Isaac’s Tea Trail North Pennines Heritage Walk ...
Lantern Tower
Church
Newcastle-upon-Tyne
A medieval church building with a spectacular lantern tower, located in the heart of the city, with lots to discover inside. ...
Kirkhaugh from South
Church
Alston
A haven of peace and spirituality in the depths of the countryside. ...
Autumn Scene of St Cuthberts
Church
Greenhead
Originally designed by John Dobson, a church with an interesting spire and Kempe Glass. ...
St Cuthbert's
Church
Bellingham
Twelfth-century Grade 1 church. Burned down by Border Reivers. Rebuilt with rare barrel-vaulted stone roof. ...
Church
Church
Ellingham
Ellingham Parish Church is situated in the woodland East of the village of Ellingham – you may just see the tower above the trees as you approach. ...
Church
Darlington
St Andrew Haughton-Le-Skerne ...
St James
Church
Benwell
Opened in 1833, designed by celebrated Newcastle architect John Dobson, the church has many historical and architectural features of interest. Its graveyard contains many significant memorials. ...
St Mary's Church and Churchyard at Holy Island
Church
Holy Island
The oldest building on Holy Island, the only building that retains work from the Saxon period. It is very likely that St. Aidan worshipped on this site from arriving in 635 AD. ...
Exterior of St Marys Catholic Cathedral
Church
Newcastle-upon-Tyne
This Cathedral is one of the finest works of Augustus Welby Pugin (designer of the Houses of Parliament) and has some of the most impressive stained-glass windows (including the new Tyneside industria ...
Church
Hexham
A small Grade 2 listed church in a unique and beautiful location. The current church was consecrated in 1100. ...
Exterior of All Saints, Lanchester
Church
Lanchester
Founded 1147. Roman pillars and altar. Mediaeval glass & misericords. Squinch arch. Locomotive pioneer. Mice galore and much more! ...
Church
Haydon Bridge
Dedicated to St Cuthbert, this church is a hidden gem with amazing views over the tyne valley. It is said said to be oneof the many resting places of St Cuthbert's bones. ...
Porch in bloom
Church
Whickham
St. Mary's has been at the heart of the community for many centuries and is an important historic treasure of Tyneside. ...
Exterior of St Mary & St Cuthbert's
Church
Chester-le-Street
A beautiful 13th Century church with a well preserved Anker's House Museum, it houses a copy of the Lindesfarne Gospels. ...
St Cuthberts's Cave
Historic sites
Belford
St. Cuthbert’s Cave is an overhanging outcrop of Sandstone rock, supported by an isolated pillar of stone. It is reputed that the monks of Lindisfarne brought St. Cuthbert’s body to this p ...
Bothal Church (with kind permission of Mr. Keith Saint)
Church
Morpeth
Wonderful, quiet, sacred space with most interesting medieval stained glass and knight’s tomb.   ...
Outside Lindisfarne Priory
Historic sites
Berwick-upon-Tweed
Experience the serenity of Lindisfarne Priory, cut off from the world on the beautiful Holy Island. Take in panoramic views of the Northumbrian coast, unpack a picnic in the priory grounds, and take a ...
View of St Wilfrid's
Church
Kirknewton
Beautiful light 14th century Grade 1 listed church in which Capability Brown was baptised. This little church consists simply of a nave and chancel, but has striking interior features. ...
Beautiful Day at St Michael's
Church
Ford
A church in a magnificent setting with a fine view of the Cheviot and Flodden hill from the porch. The building dates from the 13th century and has always been closely associated with Ford Castle and ...
St Paul's at Winlaton
Church
Blaydon On Tyne
Interesting Georgian church to a design by Ignatius Bench in 1823 and re-ordered to Ecclesiastical principles in 1894. ...
Exterior
Church
Bishop Auckland
13th century collegiate church with Saxon remains, of particular interest is a Saxon cross reconstructed using both original late 8th century and modern replacement sections of stonework. ...
Outside St Aidans in Bamburgh
Church
Bamburgh
A church was founded on this site in 635 by St Aidan; the site of his death is marked by a shrine within the present church which dates from the end of the 12th century. A squint, a fine reredos, and ...
St Andrew's RC Church
Church
Newcastle-upon-Tyne
St Andrew’s (Worswick Street) is a historic Roman Catholic church in the heart of the city centre. It is a fine example of mid-Victorian Roman Catholic church architecture. ...
Church Driveway
Church
Carham
Stunning setting on banks of Tweed and lovely building. ...
St Paul's Exterior
Church
Branxton
Tranquil ancient sacred space and historically important Flodden Battlefield church. ...
Holy Cross
Church
Haltwhistle
Beautiful ancient church with fabulous stained glass. ...
St Peters Church in Bywell
Church
Bywell
See the tower through the gates. Come inside the Norman building. See lancet windows, stone carvings, a village school room, and fire damaged walls outside. ...
Tunstall Chapel
Church
Durham
Durham Castle has two chapels. The Norman Chapel is older than the cathedral, with unusual carvings. ...
St Mary the Virgin at Longframlington
Church
Longframlington
St Mary’s dating from 1190, has a fine Norman chancel arch, as well as good Victorian stained glass, and a carved altar and font cover from the early 20th century.  It is at the centre of a ...
St Mary's at Mitford
Church
Mitford
This church, positioned opposite the remains of Mitford castle, dates from 1135 and houses an historic bell and leper squint. ...
Alston St Augustine
Church
Alston
Set in the beautiful North Pennines, Alston is the highest market town in England, and St Augustine's houses the unique single-handed Derwentwater Clock. ...
St Andrew's in Newcastle
Church
Newcastle-upon-Tyne
An oasis of peace in a truly wonderful historic church hidden from the hustle and bustle of the city centre. ...
Exterior of St James & St Basil
Art and Architecture
Fenham
J’s and B’s is a beautiful Arts and Crafts church built in 1931, open daily for prayer and reflection.  ...
Front of St Mary's at Seaham
Church
Seaham
'One of the finest small churches in the country dating back to the 7th/8th century' according to E. Fernie, 'Anglo Saxon Churches' ...
Historic sites
Alnmouth
Said to be the location where St Cuthbert agreed to become Bishop of Lindisfarne when petitioned by the king. ...
Newbiggin Methodist Chapel
Church
Barnard Castle
Believed to be the oldest Methodist chapel in the world in continuous use, whose history is inextricably linked with the rise and decline of lead mining in Teesdale. ...
Durham St Giles South Wall
Church
Durham
St Giles is a 900 year old Church of England (Anglican) church at the heat of its community in Gilesgate, Durham.   ...
Keenley Methodist Chapel - Winter View
Church
Allendale Town
The year 1750 is embossed in lead on the porch doorway and services are held once every fortnight. Inside there is a warm and welcoming atmosphere of a traditional country chapel complete with a pot b ...
Church
Morpeth
Come and visit St Aidan’s Church. A warm, welcoming environment awaits you. We have activities happening in church on a daily basis with tea, coffee and cake on offer! We are in the process of d ...
St John the Baptist, Newcastle
Church
Newcastle-upon-Tyne
St John's is one of the oldest churches in the city. It is open daily and welcomes visitors from all over the world. ...
St Thomas the Apostles Church
Church
Stanhope
Historic St Thomas’ Church and fossil tree is in Stanhope, an area of outstanding natural beauty. ...
St Ebba Beadnell
Church
Beadnell
Our many holiday visitors comment on this peaceful, beautiful little church, a place for quiet prayer and contemplation. ...
Church and Graveyard
Church
Barnard Castle
A church with links to Richard III, a rare indoor labyrinth and one of the largest fonts in the country. ...
Church
Hexham
A small Grade 2* listed church with a small tower and spire.  A church has stood here since the 7th century, the current church was consecrated in 1090. ...
Church
North Sunderland
Come and experience the calm and peace of this beautiful, spacious and simple church, uniquely unaltered structurally since its completion in 1834 to the design of Anthony Salvin. ...
St Marys in Gainford
Church
Darlington
Grade I medieval church founded before 800 in beautiful location on village green. ...
St Cuthberts Church in Elsdon
Elsdon
14th Century church, Roman tombstone, medieval grave covers, exquisite windows, historic churchyard, 18th century carved headstones, two medieval stone coffins. ...
Outside St Cuthberts Church in Norham
Church
Norham
Described by Simon Jenkins in his "England's Thousand Best Churches" as a "mini-Durham Cathedral". ...
Exterior of All Saints, Fulwell
Church
Fulwell
The Church of All Saints was designed in the ‘Early English’ Style by John Dobson and was consecrated in October 1849. It is regarded both nationally and internationally as the birthplace ...
Church External
Church
Chillingham
The Church was founded in the 12th century and retains some of the Norman stonework. The South Chapel of Our Lady contains the 15th century tomb of Sir Ralph Grey and his wife Elizabeth. ...
Our Lady at Delaval
Church
Seaton Delaval
A small, serene, historic church, which is more than 900 years old and is still in use regularly for Sunday services and weddings etc. ...
Knaresdale Exterior
Church
Alston
An attractive little country church with a painted altar, fine stained glass and medieval gravestones. ...
Brunswick Methodist Church
Church
Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Brunswick Methodist Church is a vibrant city centre church committed to serving God, open seven days a week serving many diverse communities including many vulnerable men and women. ...
St Chad's
Church
Bensham
This hidden treasure was built as a cathedral for working people. Very beautiful, with a lovely atmosphere. ...
St Mary Magdalene at Trimdon
Church
Durham
Built in 1155 we have a Norman chancel with an unusual horseshoe arch. ...
Church Building
Church
Bolam
This beautiful Saxon church is a hidden gem nestling in the rolling countryside of mid -Northumberland.  An oasis of calm in today’s world of noise and rush. Spirituality and a sense of pea ...
Church
North Shields
A rare church built on the orders of Cromwell’s Commissioners during the Commonwealth which has grown and developed over 350 years to be a stunning example of Georgian and Victorian architecture ...
St Gregorys Church in Kirknewton
Church
Kirknewton
'More to this church than meets the eye' (Pevsner). A site of Christian worship since the 11th century or earlier, the chancel and south transept date from the late 15th century. ...
Exterior of St George's in Jesmond
Church
Jesmond
St. George’s, Jesmond, a Grade I listed nineteenth century church is ‘one of the outstanding ecclesiastical buildings in the north of England’. ...
Church and Coastline
Church
Berwick-upon-Tweed
Listed in Jenkins' 'Thousand Best churches'. Founded in 1650 and set within the historic Elizabethan walls of Berwick, in England’s most northerly parish. The only church to have been built in s ...
Church Exterior
Church
Byrness
A Chapel of Ease built in 1786. Has a wonderful window commemorating the work people who died while the Catcleugh dam was built from 1894-1905. ...
Church
Hexham
A fine, small, country parish church with beautiful views of unspoilt Northumbrian countryside in a quiet but easily accessible hamlet. ...
St James the Great's Church
Church
Morpeth
St James is a fine Victorian church in Morpeth. It’s open every day, so come and see it. ...
Sunderland Minster
Church
Sunderland
A beautiful serene example of an ancient church surviving in a modern age with something for everyone to enjoy and nice friendly staff who are more than happy to help. ...
St Mary the Virgin at Shincliffe
Church
Durham
St Mary’s is a charming mid-nineteenth century village church on the outskirts of Durham. ...
St Michael & All Angels Church
Church
Houghton-le-Spring
This stunning ancient parish church is a place of revelation, hope and encounter where you will find 1000 years of Christianity and 4000 years of human history. ...
All Saints at Ryal
Church
Ryal
A simple but beautiful little country church, with some ancient Norman gravestones embedded in the wall. ...
Sunny Exterior of St Michael's
Church
Felton
St Michael and All Angels is a Grade 1 Listed Building set in a conservation area in the village of Felton.  The delightful old church and its beautiful churchyard (a previous Northumbria in Bloo ...
The Tower
Church
Berwick-upon-Tweed
Ancroft Church is dedicated to St Anne, the mother of Mary, so the granny of Jesus. Follow the trail quiz and climb to the top of the tower to see the sea. ...
Exterior of St Oswald's
Church
Durham
A 12th-century church with fine stained glass, woodwork, sculpture and bells, and a beautiful and interesting churchyard. ...
South Aisle Porch and Tower
Church
Morpeth
Ancient Parish Church, over 700 years old, set in a peaceful churchyard with a glorious fourteenth century Tree of Jesse window. ...
Holy Trinity at Matfen
Matfen
A beautiful 19th-century church with a fine spire, a lovely atmosphere and a beautiful churchyard. ...
Exterior of St Aidan's Church
Church
Hartlepool
St. Aidan’s Church stands in a prominent position in Hartlepool at the junction of Oxford Street and Stockton Road. It is a red brick Victorian building, designed in the Early English style and ...
Whitley Bay St paul's Church view from Whitley Road
Church
Whitley Bay
The church was built in 1864 and paid for by the Fourth Duke of Northumberland and designed by Anthony Salvin renowned architect of the romantic period.   In the grave yard are located three of ...
All Saints Exterior
Church
Cleadon
Fine examples of stained glass by two artists and artwork on the walls from one of these and another artist. ...
High House Chapel and Museum
Church
Bishop Auckland
High House Chapel is the oldest purpose built Methodist Chapel in continuous use since it was built in 1760. ...
St Michaels Church in Alnwick
Church
Alnwick
Spacious perpendicular style church with many medieval features, e.g., Hotspur pillar. 1464 charter of Henry VI that two 'burgesses' of Alnwick rebuilt their church. Patronage of Dukes of Northumberla ...
South Side of Escomb
Church
Bishop Auckland
This 7th century Saxon Church is one of the oldest in England, built from stone from the Roman fort at Binchester. ...
Arial View of Hexham Abbey
Church
Hexham
Situated in the heart of the market town of Hexham, Hexham Abbey is one of the most-visited free attractions in the North East and has a new visitor centre, an interactive exhibition, cafe, and shop. ...
Sunny day at St Oswald's Church
Church
Wall
A delightful hilltop church believed to be the location where King Oswald (604 -642) raised a large wooden cross before the Battle of Heavenfield (AD 635). ...
St Peter's at Monkwearmouth
Church
Sunderland
The monastery and original home of the Venerable Bede, monk and scholar, AD 674. ...
A view of Rothbury
Church
Rothbury
An ancient and interesting Church, full of historical information, a quite, peaceful  sanctuary. ...
St Andrew's Roker
Church
Roker
Consecrated 1907, known as the Arts & Crafts Cathedral of the North.  Contains Tapestry by Burne Jones, Carpet by William Morris, Stained glass windows by Paine. The altar can be seen from al ...
Holy Trinity, Old Bewick
Church
Alnwick
A beautiful ancient church set in a large rural churchyard, an ideal place for quiet meditation. ...
St Alban Church and Churchyard
Church
Earsdon
A 19th century church  opened in 1837 but at least the third on the site, the earliest dating back to the 1100s and built by monks from Tynemouth whose ‘mother’ house was in St. Alban ...
Outside St Lawrences Church in Warkworth
Church
Warkworth
Medieval church with Saxon foundation (737 AD), remarkable vaulted chancel. Also Hermitage nearby. ...
Church
Newbiggin-by-the-Sea
St Bartholomew's Church is an ancient site of Christian gathering which has over many years ministered to the ever changing needs of the community of Newbiggin with the constant assurance of God's lov ...
St Nicholas Churchyard
Church
Gosforth
A beautiful church, over 200 years old but on a very old site dating back to Saxon times. ...
Church from the Street
Church
Bishop Auckland
Built c. 1188; original south wall and chancel arch; priest’s door, leper window. Adjacent to historic Cockfield Fell (walker’s leaflets available). ...
External
Church
Durham
A beautiful church in central Durham. For 850 years it has provided prayerful, peaceful space for any visitor to enjoy. ...
Whitworth Parish Church
Church
Spennymoor
First mentioned in 1183 in the Bolden Book. Rebuilt in the 19th C. Two 13th C stone effigies of a knight in armour and his lady. Birthplace and burial place of Bonnie Bobby Shafto. ...
St Hilda's by Night
Church
Hartlepool
Magnificent Early English church, enormous buttresses, 7th Century name-stone. Visitor Centre with multimedia displays. ...
Exterior of Easington Parish Church
Church
Easington
Twelfth Century Grade I listed building with a historic place in the Durham Diocesan history. ...
Beltingham St Cuthbert's Church - outside
Church
Hexham
A regularly used beautiful old church, set in a quiet historical corner of Northumberland. ...
Lambley Chancel
Church
Brampton
A lovely, peaceful little church in an idyllic setting ...
St Mungo's Church
Church
Hexham
Beautiful 13th century church with a long history of worship by local families through the centuries. ...
Exterior of St Edmunds
Church
Gateshead
St Edmund's is a rare example of a 13th century pilgrim's chapel and is also the home of a new gallery, Sanctuary Artspace. ...
St Luke's Church
Church
Durham
Pleasant, clean and friendly. ...
St Andrews Church in Corbridge
Church
Corbridge
Important Saxon Church. Impressive 13thC remains - particularly east end lancet windows. Roman arch to baptistery. 14thC Vicar's Pele, built of Roman stones, in churchyard - needed because of Scots ra ...
St Mary
Church
Blanchland
Blanchland got its name from the white habits worn by monks of the Premonstratensian order who founded Blanchland Abbey. ...
Nenthead exterior
Church
Alston
The highest parish church in England, set in a beautiful, wild churchyard at the top of the hillThe highest parish church in England, set in a beautiful, wild churchyard at the top of the hill.   ...
St Edmund's Church
Church
Edmundbyers
Our small stone church has an interesting history, a peaceful churchyard and attractive views. ...
Looking North East to St Pauls
Church
Jarrow
Here you can see the 7th Century building where the Saxon monk St. Bede worshiped and the 11th Century Norman tower. ...
Church
Hexham
A Grade 2 listed chapel of ease designed by John C Hawes in the Arts and Crafts style ...
St Helen's Church
Church
Low Fell
A beautiful Victorian church built in 1876 with awesome stained glass windows, a fantastic roof and a great historic organ. ...
Exterior of St Mary's at Etal
Church
Etal
Set in the grounds of Etal Manor, this church (designed by William Butterfield) was built 1856-58 by Lady Augusta FitzClarence as a burial place for her husband Lord Frederick (one of the illegitimate ...
Eighton St Thomas (1)
Church
Gateshead
A simple building of quiet dignity built with local sandstone with a Welsh slate roof. Consecrated in 1854 ...
Heddon-on-the-Wall
Church
Heddon-on-the-Wall
Archaeologically fascinating medieval church, evidence of Saxon church, early Norman chancel, rib-vaulted east bay. ...
Holy Trinity at Horsley
Church
Horsley
Built in 1844 by 2nd Lord Redesdale - architects J & B Green. Important estate church with strong links to the Mitford family. ...
Garrigill St John Chancel - Front door
Church
Alston
The church is a peaceful haven beside the Pennine Way with a wildlife conservation project in the churchyard. ...
Interior of St John the Baptist's Church
Church
Egglescliffe
Our church is 800 years old. It has some interesting woodwork which is 350 years old. ...
St Marys Across the Green
Church
Ponteland
Norman church in centre of village. Lovely old stone, with some interesting memorials. A place of peace and quiet - the churchyard is beautiful when the spring bulbs are out. ...
External of St John the Evangelist
Church
Spennymoor
Built on Norman foundations with typical 16th C Cosin woodwork.  From here on a clear day it is said you can see three counties. ...
Exterior
Church
Brancepeth
St. Brandon’s is stunning: it’s over 900 years old, but recently - and beautifully -  restored after a fire in 1998. ...
Listed 18th Century Tombstone
Church
Lowick
Visitors, sometime from as far away as Australia and the USA have described the church in the visitors book as ‘impressive’ and ‘lovely; they admire the particular peaceful quality o ...
Church
Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Now a grade II listed building, Corsenside Church was built to shelter St Cuthbert's coffin over 1000 years ago. ...
St Mary's at Stamfordham
Stamfordham
A stunning Grade 1 listed church with Saxon origins. Lots of fascinating ancient monuments and a beautiful churchyard. ...
Family Attraction
Ford and Etal Estate
One destination, over 20 attractions…Beautiful villages, indoor attractions, outdoor adventure, tearooms, pubs, accommodation, events and more! ...
Elizabethan Fortifications
Historic sites
Berwick-upon-Tweed
Berwick's town walls are its most famous piece of architecture and still stand strong today, hundreds of years after they were built by Queen Elizabeth to keep out the invading Scots. ...

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