Wymondham Abbey was once part of a monastery, with a priory on the site dating back to 1107.
The building was split in to a church and monastery in the late 14th Century, and following Henry VIII’s Dissolution of the Monasteries in 1538, the monastic part of building was gradually destroyed. Some parts of the remain in ruin and can be viewed in the grounds of Wymondham Abbey.
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