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St Wilfrid's Premonstratensian nunnery founded 1147-52 AD by Richard Tison, it possibly became extinct at the Black Death and then became a Premonstratensian cell of Alnwick Abbey. The church still remains as a ruined building. The surviving architectural elements of the church are of late 11th-14th century dates. Nave squared stone with some long blocks in lower courses, and irregular alternate quoins; chancel slightly-poorer mansonry; cut dressings. Nave, formerly with 2-bay south aisle,and chancel.The graveyard is still used.

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