Fountains Abbey


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Fountains Abbey

(ˈfaʊntɪns)
n
(Named Buildings) a ruined Cistercian abbey near Ripon in Yorkshire: founded 1132, dissolved 1539; landscaped 1720
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Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal, near Ripon in North Yorkshire, is now run by the National Trust and is a world heritage site.
Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal near Ripon in North Yorkshire is now run by the National Trust and is a world heritage site.
Crimestoppers are putting adverts up in toilets in north Liverpool, including the Fountains Abbey Bar, on Walton Road, Walton, and The Royal, on Breck Road, Anfield, to help warn people.
factfile LOCATION: Fountains Abbey is three miles west of Ripon via B6265.
Saturday, October 21: | |Honley Male Voice Choir will be performing an outdoor concert in the ruins of Fountains Abbey near Ripon at the invitation of the National Trust.
Experts have used groundpenetrating radar to make the find at Fountains Abbey, near Ripon, in North Yorkshire.
NORTH YORKSHIRE: National Trust Cottages (0844 800 2070) offers seven nights' self-catering from Aug 31 at one of five cottages at Hill How, sleeping two plus cot, near Fountains Abbey, Ripon, from pounds 662, a 15 per cent discount.
Water site The impressive Unesco World Heritage Site of Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal is nearby.
There is stunning Fountains Abbey (01765 608888, fountainsabbey.
Activities on offer include an International Dawn Chorus Day walk at Penrhyn Castle in Gwynedd, Blickling Hall's Bluebell weekend including guided walks and Pond Life day at Fountains Abbey in Yorkshire where children can go pond-dipping and then wander into the deep park.