Frosterley NZ 02 37
Durham On A689 10 miles NW of Bishop Auckland
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With its name possibly derived from 'Forest Lea', Frosterley has a current population of approximately 800, and is another dales village of Saxon origin (Weardale). The ancient chapel of St. Botolph dates back to the 14th century and is a registered ancient monument. The village is renowned for its Frosterley marble, some of which was used in the Chapel of Nine Altars in Durham Cathedral.

At the present time, I have been unable to trace any more information or any pictures on the internet. In due course I hope to source information and to take my own pictures.


Copyright Peter Buttle

Updated 19 January 2002

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