Church of All Saints (Rothbury)
Interior of All Saints Church, Rothbury. Photo Northumberland County Council, 1958.
Church of All Saints, Rothbury. Photo Northumberland County Council, 1958.
The first church at Rothbury was probably built in the Anglo-Saxon period, though nothing remains of this early building. It is thought that there were once two churches on the site, joined by the now demolished tower. The earliest visible parts of the church, the chancel and parts of the transepts date to the 13th century. Many other parts however are 19th century in date. This is a Grade II* Listed Building protected by law.
|Historical period:||Early Medieval (410 to 1066)
Victorian (1837 to 1901)
20th Century (1901 to 2000)
Medieval (1066 to 1540)
|Legal status:||Conservation area|
|Event(s):||WATCHING BRIEF, All Saints Parish Church, Rothbury 2005; Ian Farmer Associates|
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Source of Reference
Local History of Rothbury
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