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We arrived a little early for the castle. Friendly staff suggested walking to the church. Gentle stroll down through an ancient yew wood, turn right through castle gate and along lane for 50 yards to St Peter’s.
Sublime mixture of ancient and modern. Very clever...More
Visited this church today to see the crypt of Sir Ralph Grey.The graveyard is perfectly kept as well... Once in the church it is an absolute masterpiece ....The crypt is situated at the rear to the right..
On leaving the church I hade to purchase...More
This is a delightful small church which still has some original Norman building. It is set in a churchyard with stones that we saw going back to the 18th century. We did not go inside. It is situated next to Chillingham Castle and opposite The...More
This church is worth visiting, it is steeped in history. Remember its an old stone building and it is freezing cold inside so wear something warm, and don't forget to drop something n the offerings box :-)
We visited the whole package - castle, cattle and church and found the church to be small but very atmospheric. There is a large 15th century tomb of Sir Ralph Grey and his wife which is intricately carved and was clearly very colourful at some...More
A small but pretty Grade 1 listed church dating back to the 12th century. Refurbished around fifty years ago there is a tasteful mix of old and new. The impressive tomb of Sir Ralph Grey is remarkable. Worth a visit.