Category:Heighington, County Durham

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English: Heighington is a village in the borough of Darlington and ceremonial county of County Durham, England. It is situated between Darlington and Shildon, near Newton Aycliffe. One of its most significant features is St Michael's Church that sits in the middle of an exceptionally fine and large village green. The church is Norman, except for the 13th century south aisle and the 19th century north aisle. A rare feature in this church is said to be the pre-Reformation oak pulpit with six traceried linen fold panels with an inscription bearing prayers for its donor: an Alexander Flettcher and his wife Agnes.
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village and civil parish in County Durham, United Kingdom
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Location Darlington, County Durham, North East England, England
54° 35′ 43.44″ N, 1° 37′ 00.48″ W
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