Church of St Andrew (Corbridge)
The Church of St Andrew in Corbridge was first mentioned in a monastery in AD786. The first church had been built before this time. Although this early church was partly destroyed in the 10th century parts of building can still be seen, as well as the remains of some Anglo-Saxon gravestones. Between the 11th and 13th centuries many changes were made. The church tower was built and the nave, altar, chancel, transepts and aisles were built at this period. Few changes have been made since this period, though there have been many repairs. The church is a Grade I Listed Building protected by law.
|Historical period:||Roman (43 to 410)
Early Medieval (410 to 1066)
20th Century (1901 to 2000)
Medieval (1066 to 1540)
|Legal status:||Conservation area|
|Event(s):||WATCHING BRIEF, St Andrew's Church, Corbridge 2001|
WATCHING BRIEF, Parish Church of St Andrew, Corbridge. Archaeological watching brief in churchyard and analysis of human remains 2005; Alan Williams Archaeology
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Source of Reference
Local History of Corbridge
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