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Upload date:July 26, 2013

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'St. Aidan's Church at Bamburgh is one of the three finest parish churches in Northumberland (others being Alnwick and Norham). Origins date from 635 AD when St. Aidan came to Lindisfarne from Iona. The present building is 13th Century, the chancel is said to be the second longest in the country (60ft), and contains magnificent reredos in Caen stone. There is an effigy of Grace Darling in the North Aisle. Her memorial is also sited in the churchyard. Bamburgh Castle, which dominates the village, can be seen in the distance.More of my images from around Britain in this lightbox:'
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