Croyland Abbey

Croyland Abbey


Wellingborough, United Kingdom (GB)
Croyland Abbey is an historic building, originally a manor house but now offices, in Wellingborough, Northamptonshire.

The building is named after Croyland Abbey in Lincolnshire for which it was a local monastic grange from the 10th century. The present structure is Jacobean with later additions. However, visible traces of the medieval grange still exist, perhaps dating from its rebuilding by Abbot Richard in 1281.
Croyland Abbey is an historic building, originally a manor house but now offices, in Wellingborough, Northamptonshire.

The building is named after Croyland Abbey in Lincolnshire for which it was a local monastic grange from the 10th century. The present structure is Jacobean with later additions. However, visible traces of the medieval grange still exist, perhaps dating from its rebuilding by Abbot Richard in 1281.
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