Durham is a city in North East England. It is within the County Durham local government district, and is the county town of the larger ceremonial county. The city sits on the River Wear, to the south of Newcastle upon Tyne, Chester-le-Street and Sunderland and to the north of Darlington. Durham is well known for its Norman cathedral and 11th century castle, both designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1986. The castle has been the home of Durham University since 1832.
Lambton Castle, located in County Durham, England, between the City of Sunderland and the town of Chester-le-Street, is a stately home, ancestral seat of the Lambton family, the Earls of Durham. Largely constructed in its present form in the early 19th century by John George Lambton, the first Earl of Durham and one-time Governor General of Canada, it was built around the existing Harraton Hall, a 17th century mansion.
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Cestria Housing is a housing association based in County Durham. They currently manage and own around 4,200 homes across the town of Chester-le-Street and surrounding villages. Help to Buy NEYH recently visited their new over 55’s extra care development, the elms in Chester-le-Street.
Chester-Le-Street (Top); Distant View of Lambton Castle (Bottom). Chester-Le-Street is a Town in County Durham, England. Its History Goes Back to Roman Times When It Was Called Concangis. Lambton Castle, Located in County Durham, England, Between Sunderland and Chester-Le-Street, is a Stately Home, the Ancestral Seat of the Lambton Family, the Earls of Durham. UK
Lindisfarne Gospels, Luke 23:24-32 Around 950 or 960 CE Aldred Provost of the Roman fort Chester-le-Street, a town in County Durham, England, where the community of St. Cuthert had located along with the Lindisfarne Gospels, translated the Lindisfarne Gospels into Old EnglishOffsite Link, annotating or 'glossing' the Latin text in a word-for-word continuous translation between its lines. Aldred's manuscript is the oldest surviving translation of the Gospels into the English
The Oldest Surviving Translation of the Gospels into English (Circa 950 – 960). Aldred, Provost of the Roman fort Chester-le-Street, a town in County Durham, England, where the community of St. Cuthert had located along with the Lindisfarne Gospels, translated the Lindisfarne Gospels into Old English, annotating or 'glossing' the Latin text in a word-for-word continuous translation between its lines.