Abbeys and Monasteries in England

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  Name Town County Organisation Heritage Rating
Mattersey Priory Mattersey Priory Mattersey Nottinghamshire English Heritage 3 Heritage Rating
Michelham Priory Michelham Priory Upper Dicker East Sussex Historic Houses Association 3 Heritage Rating
Minster Abbey Minster Abbey Minster-in-Thanet Kent 3 Heritage Rating
Monk Bretton Priory Monk Bretton Priory Barnsley Yorkshire English Heritage 4 Heritage Rating
Mount Grace Priory Mount Grace Priory Osmotherley Yorkshire English Heritage 3 Heritage Rating
Muchelney Abbey Muchelney Abbey Muchelney Somerset English Heritage 4 Heritage Rating
Netley Abbey Netley Abbey Netley Hampshire English Heritage 4 Heritage Rating
Ramsey Abbey Gatehouse Ramsey Abbey Gatehouse Ramsey Cambridgeshire National Trust 4 Heritage Rating
Reading Abbey Reading Abbey Reading Berkshire 3 Heritage Rating
Rievaulx Abbey Rievaulx Abbey Rievaulx Yorkshire English Heritage 5 Heritage Rating
Roche Abbey Roche Abbey Maltby Yorkshire English Heritage 3 Heritage Rating
Rufford Abbey Rufford Abbey Ollerton Nottinghamshire English Heritage 3 Heritage Rating
  Name Town County Organisation Heritage Rating

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