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St Cuthbert's Church Beltingham

I stumbled across this beautiful and historical church while staying at Beltigham house (www.beltinghamhouse.co.uk) Which is literally sitting next door.
The church is dedicated to St. Cuthbert and stands in a churchyard containing three massive yew trees, which are more than 700 years old.

This church, another dedicated to St. Cuthbert, was founded in Saxon days but little of the Saxon building remains. The church we know today was restored at the end of Queen Victoria’s reign by the Honourable Francis Bowes-Lyon, who was an uncle of H.M. Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother

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Comments for St Cuthbert's Church Beltingham

Tracy Harrison - 30 July 2012, 13:20

Beautiful! You’ve captured this idyllic little church perfectly!

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