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ST CUTHBERTS CHAPEL

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Mediaeval monastic settlement of the monks of Durham, Farne Islands. C12/C13 chapel rebuilt in the 14th century and extensively restored 1840-50. Older masonry in squared stone. Elsewhere random whinstone rubble with sandstone dressings. Single-cell building of 4 bays. South-East of the chapel are the remains of a second chapel, now incorporated in the National Trust building, a stone coffin, and a C15th font.

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