Binham Priory

Bug and I visited this while we had a 3 day break in North Norfolk. This was located near where our accommodation was.

I found out about Binham Priory in the English Heritage book and so I made a note as something to visit when we were in the area.

The nave is still intact and used as the parish church. It has a 13th century west front, tiers of Norman arches and painted screens inside and the rest of the ruins outside.

They also have a display and children's area.

Nearby is a raw milk shop for those that like raw milk.

The Binham Market Cross is not far from here.

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All the Best!

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