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St. Gregory's Church, Bedale

St. Gregory

There was said to be a church on the site in 1085. Although this early building suffered badly in the 'Harrowing of the North' in 1069, some Saxon carving can still be seen in the crypt below the chancel and in the nave. There is a rare fortified tower - unique in the north of England - from 1330, built to keep out the marauding Scots. There are also some unusually high-quality Victorian stained glass windows.

Parking: is available on Bedale High Street.

Accessibility: the church is fully accessible with an accessible toilet located in the nearby Chantry Hall.

Refreshments: interval refreshments are served in the adjacent Chantry Hall.

Toilets: are also situated in the Chantry Hall.

Postcode - DL8 1AF

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