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Making Space for Faith

Amina Wright guides us through The Auckland Project, a museum presenting the history of faith in Britain

Making Space for Faith

AUCKLAND CASTLE STANDS ON A PROMONTORY overlooking the River Wear, at the mid-point of its looping journey from the North Pennines to Monkwearmouth, where the Venerable Bede learned his letters. For nearly a thousand years the castle was the seat of the Bishop of Durham and is now home to a new museum presenting the rich and varied history of faith in Britain. The Faith Museum is part of The Auckland Project, a unique cultural regeneration project for Bishop Auckland, County Durham, which includes historic buildings, art galleries, gardens, extensive parkland and a heritage railway. The museum houses exhibitions of contemporary art and a journey through 6,000 years of history that together explore the myriad ways faith shapes Britain.

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