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Also known as Holme Abbey, Abbeytown is a village in Cumbria , England. It was built around the former Cistercian Holmcultram Abbey, the nave of which is now the parish known as St. Mary's Church.
The village is located on the main Wigton to Silloth road, and has a small number of local amenities such as a pub, post office, and a shop.
The buildings located in the village were mostly built during the medieval period, particularly those associated with the former abbey.
Abbeytown is also located on the edge of the Solway Coast area of outstanding natural beauty. The Cumbria Coastal Way also passes through the village.
History and Background
The village sits on agricultural land that was once owned by the monks of Holme Cultram Abbey. Abbeytown suffered from the heavy hand of Scottish Border Reivers, just like the Abbey itself.
The area is comprised of flat, marshy land, and because of this, water dykes and drains had to be constructed in order to reclaim the area for cultivation. Local farms were able to grow barley, oats, potatoes, and rye.
Abbeytown also provided excellent pasture for horses and cattle. There was also a weekly market and two fairs each year where livestock were traded. Sheep were grazed for the very lucrative wool trade and salt was also mined from the sea.
When the original Abbey fell into ruin after the dissolution of monasteries in 1536, many of the villages used the Abbey's stones to construct buildings. However, the church of the abbey remained as a refuge for those who were victims during border raids.
The church that was used as refuge is now called St. Mary. It is a red sandstone structure that underwent restoration in 1703 and many years after that. However, on 9 Hune 2006, local youths set fire to the abbey, and restoration work continues to be done.
Given its close location to the Solway Coast and Moricambe Bay, Abbeytown is a great place to be at one with nature. You can go explore the outdoors, take pictures of flowers in Abbeytown, watch wildlife, and much more.
Walking is one of the best activities to do in Abbeytown, and there are lots of places where you can see picturesque views. Let your feet guide the way, and you will be a witness to the beauty of nature.
Other than enjoying nature and viewing some Abbeytown flowers, you can also explore the attractions located nearby. If you happen to be travelling with children, there are some fun destinations you can head to such as:
Rookies Adventure and Soft Play – Located in Wigton, this is a soft adventure play with aerial runways, super ball cannons, and a three-lane astro tiger slide. There is also a separate spot for toddlers.
The Gincase Farm Park – This is located in Silloth and is made up of 16 paddocks where you can see rare pets and unusual farm animals. Other than that, the place also features a Play Barn with Crazy Town soft play area, Blacksmiths Shop playhouse, and outdoor playground, and a motorised Quad Bike Track among others.
The Devils Porridge Exhibition – This is located in Eastriggs and tells the story of the greatest munitions factory on earth. Here, you will learn about how workers from all over the world got together to make explosives and eventually with their help, a war was won.
Lake District Wild Park – Located in Keswick and is home to hundreds of different animals that include traditional favourites, endangered species, birds of prey, and reptiles.
Thanks to its natural beauty, Abbeytown is a good place to take a special someone out on a romantic date. You can send flowers to Abbeytown then present these blooms as you take your breakfast. Consider it a sweet start to your getaway.
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Flower delivery information for Abbeytown, Cumbria
Our flowers delivery services in Abbeytown, Cumbria are usually made by DPD or Royal Mail Special Delivery. 99.9% of our flowers are delivered by 5pm on the requested day - (more commonly before noon), except UK Public Holidays. We also offer a range of next-day flower delivery options in Abbeytown, Cumbria - specific information is available during checkout.
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Delivering flowers for special occasions
At appropriate times of year we can also deliver Valentine's Day flowers, Easter Flowers, Mother's Day flowers, and Christmas Flowers to Abbeytown, Cumbria.
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