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  • Roche Abbey

    Roche was one of the first abbey churches to be built completely in the new Perpendicular Gothic style...click name to read

  • Selby Abbey

    The finest example of a typical Norman Abbey in Britain to day, also the first monastery to be built in the North of England following the Norman invasion...click name to read

  • Rievaulx Abbey

    The first Cistercian settlement in the North of England, Rievaulx was spawned directly from the Order’s base at Clairvaux in France in 1132...click name to read

  • Fountains Abbey

    Created by disillusioned Benedictine monks from St Mary’s abbey in York, Fountains rose from inauspicious beginnings...click name to read

  • Thaxted Church

    Known as the Catherdral of Essex, Thaxted is a substancial parich church built around 1340 to the design of a monastic abbey or priory...click name to read

  • Beverley Minster

    In the East Riding market town of Beverely, once one of the largest towns in Britain c1370, the Minster is famous for it’s twin Perpendicular Gothic towers....click name to read

  • Whitby Abbey

    Built on the site of an Anglo Saxon “double” monastery, the atmospheric ruin is the remains of the Benedictine abbey founded by Reinfrid..click name to read

  • Harrow School

    Harrow School perches on a hill in north London over looking the capital. The names of the famous people that have attended this school can be seen...click above to read