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St Giles Church, Chollerton, Northumberland.
The Church of St. Giles in the small village of Chollerton, in the North Tyne Valley, was consecrated in 1097 and built about 1260.
It contains an arcade of Roman Pillars taken from the nearby Roman Camp at Chesters and a Roman Altar which has been inverted and hollowed out to serve as a Font.
The current church is built on the site of an earlier Saxon Church served by the Monks of Hexham.
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St. Giles Church, Chollerton.