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Newcastle Cathedral is Grade I listed and dates from the early 14th century. For over 900 years it has been at the centre of the city’s spiritual and civic life as evidenced by its memorials and ledger stones (grave covers) which, together, reveal much of the heritage of Newcastle and the wider region.
The Cathedral boasts one [...]

12 Comments CherryPie on Oct 18th 2021

The chapel, dedicated to St Nicholas was originally the parish church of Nether Haddon. The chapel has been extended over the years and contains some of the earliest masonry in the fabric of the hall.*

The walls in the chapel display some fine fresco seccoes which would have originally have been brightly coloured. It is thought [...]

22 Comments CherryPie on Aug 20th 2018