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St Andrew, Bothal

St Andrew, Bothal, Morpeth, Northumberland NE61 6SW View on map

Grade I listed church built between 12th and early 15th centuries on the site of an Anglo Saxon church. Notable internal features include the alabaster tomb of Ralph 3rd Lord Ogle, Norman Piscina, Jacobean altar rails, Elizabethan communion cup dated 1571, the bell turret and 13th century glass in some of the windows.

Contact

Opening Arrangements

May - September: Wednesday, Thursday and Sundays 1pm - 4pm. Open before church services 9-9.30am and 10.30-11am on 2nd and 4th Sundays in the month. Heritage Open Days: 08 - 11 September 10am - 4pm

Directions

Road: A1 north of Newcastle, take A197 to Morpeth and then towards Ashington. At 'Robin of Pegswood ' roundabout take 3rd exit to Bothal village. Rail: Morpeth (4 miles).

Parking Spaces

6

Additional roadside parking in village.

Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: Partial
  • Disabled Toilets: No
  • Assistance dogs: Yes

WC

Yes