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The Holy Trinity, Widdrington Village consists of a 12thC nave extended southwards in the 14thC by the famous Gerard de Widdrington. The chancel with its chapel was also rebuilt at this time. A 19thC North aisle replaced the naves original aisle destroyed after the Scottish Wars. In the North wall of the chancel are two tomb recesses one surmounted by the Widdrington coat of arms. On the South wall is a large trefoiled piscina and close by are sedilia curiously combined with a pillar piscina. Beneath the East end of the chancel is the Widdrington family vault.

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