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Wet to binham for my raw milk tday and found it has changed. Only for the better a lovely small building in the old abbey grounds with raw milk vending machine. Freezer for ice cream , hot chocolate made from raw milk ,chease and butter...More
This building is a beautiful and peaceful place out in the country. Once a priory and now a parish church, yet the monastic feel to the building is still present. Visited as a tourist but I would still like to attend a service.
Binham priory is dog friendly and interesting. We spent time walking around the ruins before going into the church. Lots of information boards about and things to see. We walked into the village to look around and had lunch at the pub. Next to the...More
Priory ruins great to investigate with information boards set around. The church once part of the prory is in use and usually open. Disabled toilets inside clean and modern. Dogs welcome around the ruins. Cafe selling rawmilk, cheese coffees and teas, but all by machines,...More
The history of Binham Priory is amazing - we were lucky enough to have Robin to guide us round and give us a truly wonderful account of the Priorys history - and the building is stunning! Thank you!
Monica and Henry
Yet another example of an abbey trashed by Henry VIII's takeover of church properties. The ruins are well explained and you can imagine the place in its heyday. The core church was preserved, though windows had to be bricked up to keep it from falling...More
have passed this priory so many times, today we stopped, and stepped back in history, our imaginations ran wild with what has happened here over the years, guided tours are arranged, and to be recommended
Wonderful priory ruins adjoining a beautifully restored church with all modern amenities. Well worth an hour to wander around. Inside are little museum exhibits of local finds. Free parking and toilets. Also a splendid village hall opposite with frequent art exhibitions and the like. All...More