Beauchief Abbey

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Beauchief Abbey: Remains of the western tower of the Abbey remains attached to a chapel (now a church) built in the 17th century. The foundations of other buildings are visible and the medieval fishponds still exist. Several areas of ancient woodland remain: Parkbank Wood to the East of the Abbey, Old Park Wood and Little Wood Bank to the south, Gulleys Wood in the centre of the park and Ladies Spring Wood to the west. Public footpaths run through some of the woods.

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Popularity rank: #3061
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Yorkshire, England, Great Britain, UK, Europe
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Totley Wood, Parkbank Wood, Ladies Spring Wood

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