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Middleton-in-Teesdale, County Durham. The Quaker-run London Lead Co., which developed the lead-mines in Teesdale in the mid-l8th century, continued until it closed in the early 20th century to be a strong influence in this area. Its imprint, and its concern for the wellbeing of its workers, is clearly seen in the substantial stone buildings in Middleton, in the snug miners' cottages in the villages throughout the valley, and even in the road system. Middleton itself is a convenient centre for upper Teesdale holidays. The town is built in terraces along the road as it climbs up from the river. Outside the churchyard is a spot where the visitor can join the locals, sitting and watching the traffic, or examine the old cross which also once marked the village stocks. Inside the churchyard railings, a l3th-century window has been planted in the grass. This, the piscina in the vestry and the font pedestal are nearly the only reminders of the church which preceded the present St Mary's, built in 1876. A dozen interesting fragments of medieval grave covers, mouldings and other stone carvings have been mounted attractively in the white wall of the north aisle. The tomb lids have such symbols as spades, hoes, crosses and swords to indicate the life's work of the deceased. A feature of this church is the stubby stone belltower, completely detached, which dates from the 16th century. One of its three bells is dated 1558. In the town centre further up the hill is a Victorian cast-iron fountain, painted in cheerful blue and white, with a cherub.

Nearby towns: Appleby-in-Westmorland, Barnard Castle, Bishop Auckland, Kirkby Stephen

Nearby villages: Barningham, Bedburn, Bowes, Brignall, Brough, Brough Sowerby, Burtree Ford, Copley, Cotherstone, Eastgate, Eggleston, Frosterley, Harwood, Holwick, Hury, Ireshopeburn, Lartington, Marwood, Mickleton, Newbiggin, Rokeby, Romaldkirk, St. Johns Chapel, Stanhope, Startforth, Wear Head, Westgate, Whorlton, Wolsingham, Woodland

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