St Paul's Church

Branxton Village
Branxton
Northumberland
TD12 4SW

01890 820756

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Overview

Present Church 12th Century, but much longer Christian presence in the area, possibly going back to the earliest days of Paulinus’ Glendale mission and the later Lindisfarne mission. Small and very beautiful church in a glorious setting.

This is rural and unspoilt England at its best. Visitors comment on the peace they find in our church. In 1513 the biggest Scots army ever to invade England was defeated in Branxton and the church was at the heart of the battlefield. Many visitors come to walk the battlefield and visit our church as one of the Flodden eco museum sites. Visit the web site www.flodden1513.com


Open all year at St Paul's Church Church Attraction Open all year
Gift shop on site at St Paul's Church Church Attraction Gift shop on site
Guided Tours at St Paul's Church Church Attraction Guided Tours
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Churchyard/burial ground at St Paul's Church Church Attraction Churchyard/burial ground
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URL: www.carhamparish.org.uk

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