' There is no other parish church in the country that has housed so many kings and queens, survived in the mist of battles, remaining a shining light in the darkness of nights with always the promise of peace' (Guide and history of st cuthberts church)
Guides to the church
Exploring your surroundings is often the best way to really discover beauty and atmosphere. Norham Church is home to many wonderful stain glass windows, artefacts and religious objects that can be discovered following our Church trail. The trail guide will lead you to various locations within the church and provide a snippet of information about that item/artefact.
You can view or download the Norham Church Trail Guide here.
if only the stones could speak, Over 1000 years of history.
The first church of Norham was built. It was made from wood and was situated roughly where the preaching cross lies on the village green.
If you would like a more detailed history about Norham Church you can purchase 'St Cuthbert's Church Norham, Guide and History' in the church at a cost of £5. There is also a downloadable brief history pdf clicking here. The virtual tour of Norham church also highlights information points explaining various features of the interior.
Virtual Tour of Norham Church
If you can not make the journey to visit Norham Church you can now take a virtual tour. Please click on the symbol in the middle of the image below to start your tour. You can click on information points to discover interesting facts about items inside the church. Use your mouse cursor to move around the church.
How to find the church
St Cuthberts, norham , TD15 2LE
Unfortunately there is no parking at the church.
You can park for free on both Castle Street and West Street with just a short 5 minute walk to the Church entrance.
Norham village has a routine bus service that stops in the centre of the village (village green) and is only a 5 minute walk to the Church entrance.
For the latest bus information/timetables please click here
St Cuthberts Church is open everyday from dawn until dusk throughout the year.
At St Cuthberts we want to make sure we deliver a welcoming and enjoyable environment for all our visitors. The main part of the church is accessible by wheelchair and mobility scooter users alike.