Beaumont Church, Cumberland

This small church started out life in the late 12th Century. It is of a very simple design and most of the stonework comes from robbed out parts of Hadrian’s Wall which passes right next to the church (or rather did as this section of the wall is largely no longer visible).

The church was restored in 1872, although the roof has largely survived from the 1600s.

Photo - Andrew J. Müller

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