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The ruins of The Abbey of Saint John the Evangelist or Haughmond Abbey. The abbey dates from around 1100 AD. The ruins are a few miles east of Shrewsbury at Haughmond Hill on the B5062.

17th Aug 2008 by Keith Havercroft

Design and Technology, Geography, History, Religious Education

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Abbey Saint John Evangelist Haughmond ruins Shrewsbury Shropshire England Britain UK Norman religion abbot monk worship medieval

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