Croyland Abbey, Wellingborough, Northamptonshire

This house was built in the mid 1500s. It is on the site of a medieval grange. It is named after Croyland Abbey in Lincolnshire, which it was linked to. Parts of the older grange still exist within this building. They probably date from a rebuilding by Abbot Richard in 1281.


Northamptonshire Wellingborough


Tudor (1485 - 1602)


manor religion abbey monastery dissolution tudor (1485 - 1602)