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Escomb Saxon Church, Bishop Auckland

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  • We fell upon this church by accident after spotting a sign on the main road. There is so much to see and feel here. The two Mediaeval grave stones in the cemetery are like nothing I've ever seen befor...  more »
  • This really is an extraordinary place to visit, a church built in Saxon times around 670 AD. The stone for this church was from the Binchester Roman fort and you can still see the chisel marks left by...  more »
  • A hidden gem, well worth searching out when visiting County Durham. There is so much to see in such a small church.  more »
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  • Very nice people who were very helpful and pollite
  • A real gem fir early Anglo-Saxon churches
  • A wonderful example of an ancient English church, one lovingly tended by those who have it in their care.
  • An excellent example of an early Saxon Church with stonework taken from the local Roman fort at Binchester