Cathedrals, Abbeys and Churches

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The original church was built by King Osric in 676, serving a convent of nuns till the Benedictines took over. King Edgar of Wessex was crowned here.  
Opening Times: All year. generally 9.00am to 6.00pm
Entrance fee: Suggested donation 2.50
Daytime Tel: 01225 422462
Email: officea@bathabbey.org
Website: www.bathabbey.org

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About 1140, Robert Hardinge founded the Abbey of St. Augustine. The Norman Chapter House and Abbey gatehouse still remain.  
Opening Times: 8am - 6pm. 7.30am - 8PM on Sundays.
Season: All year.
Entrance fee: Voluntary donation
Daytime Tel: 01179 264979
Email: administrator@bristol-cathedral.co.uk
Website: www.bristol-cathedral.co.uk

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The abbey church consists at of transepts, choir, and fifteen side chapels only. It is 230 feet long, and 70 feet high internally  
Opening Times: All year. Dawn to dusk
Entrance fee: Free. Donations welcomed.
Daytime Tel: 01761 235161
Website: www.downsideabbey.co.uk

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One of the oldest religious institutions in England, steeped in history and legend.  
 
Entrance fee: 3.50
Daytime Tel: 01458 832267
Email: francis.thyer@glastonburyabbey.com
Website: www.glastonburyabbey.com

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It is a jewel in the crown of English cathedrals. Its great West Front, dating from 1240, has the largest gallery of medieval sculpture in the world.  
Opening Times: 7.30am - 7pm Easter to 31 October. 6.15pm in winter.
Entrance fee: Suggested donation 4.50
Daytime Tel: 01749 674483
Email: visits@wellscathedral.uk.net
Website: www.wellscathedral.org.uk

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