Abbeys and Monasteries in England

(D-L) - Denny Abbey and Farmland Museum - Lindores Abbey

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  Name Town County Organisation Heritage Rating
Denny Abbey and Farmland Museum Denny Abbey and Farmland Museum Waterbeach Cambridgeshire English Heritage 3 Heritage Rating
Dore Abbey Dore Abbey Abbey Dore Herefordshire 4 Heritage Rating
Dunwich Greyfriars Dunwich Greyfriars Dunwich Suffolk 3 Heritage Rating
Easby Abbey Easby Abbey Richmond Yorkshire English Heritage 4 Heritage Rating
Eastbridge Hospital of St Thomas Eastbridge Hospital of St Thomas Canterbury Kent 3 Heritage Rating
Egglestone Abbey Egglestone Abbey Barnard Castle County Durham English Heritage 3 Heritage Rating
Elstow Abbey Elstow Abbey Elstow Bedfordshire 3 Heritage Rating
Finchale Priory Finchale Priory Durham County Durham English Heritage 3 Heritage Rating
Fountains Abbey Fountains Abbey Ripon Yorkshire National Trust 5 Heritage Rating
Furness Abbey Furness Abbey Barrow-in-Furness Cumbria English Heritage 3 Heritage Rating
Glastonbury Abbey Glastonbury Abbey Glastonbury Somerset 5 Heritage Rating
Godstow Abbey Godstow Abbey Oxford Oxfordshire 4 Heritage Rating
Grace Dieu Priory Grace Dieu Priory Thringstone Leicestershire 3 Heritage Rating
Greyfriar's Tower Greyfriar's Tower King's Lynn Norfolk 3 Heritage Rating
Greyfriars, Gloucester Greyfriars, Gloucester Gloucester Gloucestershire English Heritage 3 Heritage Rating
Hailes Abbey Hailes Abbey Winchcombe Gloucestershire English Heritage 3 Heritage Rating
Haughmond Abbey Haughmond Abbey Shrewsbury Shropshire English Heritage 3 Heritage Rating
Hulne Priory Hulne Priory Alnwick Northumberland 4 Heritage Rating
Hyde Abbey Hyde Abbey Winchester Hampshire 3 Heritage Rating
Jarrow Monastery Jarrow Monastery Jarrow Tyne and Wear English Heritage 5 Heritage Rating
Jervaulx Abbey Jervaulx Abbey Jervaulx Yorkshire 4 Heritage Rating
Kingswood Abbey Gatehouse Kingswood Abbey Gatehouse Kingswood Gloucestershire English Heritage 3 Heritage Rating
Kirkham Priory Kirkham Priory Kirkham Yorkshire English Heritage 3 Heritage Rating
Lanercost Priory Lanercost Priory Lanercost Cumbria English Heritage 3 Heritage Rating
Launceston Priory Launceston Priory Launceston Cornwall 3 Heritage Rating
Leicester Abbey Leicester Abbey Leicester Leicestershire 3 Heritage Rating
Leiston Abbey Leiston Abbey Leiston Suffolk English Heritage 3 Heritage Rating
Lesnes Abbey Lesnes Abbey Belvedere Kent 3 Heritage Rating
Lilleshall Abbey Lilleshall Abbey Lilleshall Shropshire English Heritage 3 Heritage Rating
Lindisfarne Priory Lindisfarne Priory Holy Island Northumberland English Heritage 5 Heritage Rating
Lindores Abbey Lindores Abbey Newburgh Fife 3 Heritage Rating
  Name Town County Organisation Heritage Rating

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