Romaldkirk is a village in Teesdale, in the Pennines of England. The village lies within the historic boundaries of the North Riding of Yorkshire, but has been administered by County Durham since 1974.
It is thought that the name might be derived from St. Rumwold, a little-known Saxon saint who is said to have preached the Gospel after his baptism as an infant; his resting place is recorded as being in Buckingham. The village church at Strixton, Northamptonshire is unusually dedicated to him.
The village was formerly served by Romaldkirk railway station.
Address Eggleston Lane, Romaldkirk DL12 9, United Kingdom
Coordinates 54°35'39.53" N -2°0'32.109" E