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Quest for Saxon Cathedral

by Paul Wilkinson

Posted: 23 Sep 2016 @ 12:04

A CAMPAIGN has been launched to save a site that is said to be the location of an Anglo-Saxon cathedral lost for more than a millennium.

Developers plan four bungalows on a hilltop overlooking the market town of Louth, in Lincolnshire, but opponents believe that it was once Sidnacester, the seat of the ancient Bishops of Lindsey, sacked by Danes in the ninth century. “We are in danger of losing what could be one of the most important ecclesiastic sites in the country,” the campaign ...

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