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Alnwick Abbey

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Made by x3mwt | Reference Les Hull - Wikipedia
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The Cross Border South starts and finishes in the grounds of Alnwick Abbey.  The abbey was founded as a Premonstratensian monastery in 1147 by Eustace fitz John near Alnwick, England, as a daughter house of Newhouse Abbey in Lincolnshire. It was dissolved in 1535, refounded in 1536 and finally suppressed in 1539. It was granted to the Sadler and Winnington families.

Alnwick Abbey site is located just within Hulne Park, on the bank of the River Aln. The only visible remnant is the impressive 14th century gatehouse.  Parking is available

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