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This abbey suffered considerable damage in WW2 but was then rebuilt . A large abbey with an interesting history. It is by a pretty stream and a complete cider press in the grounds which is well worth a look. a nice place to visit.
The Abbey is located in the village centre, just around the corner from the biscuit factory. The whole complex used to be much bigger, all there is left now is the abbey , the cider press building and some gardens. You can go and visit...More
This is a working church with the abbey attached, In the past it was much larger. The cloisters are still there and the history of its life is explained on leaflets around the church. The abbey is twinned with its brother order in Stogursley in...More