Kirkham Priory

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Kirkham Priory: The riverside ruins of an Augustinian priory, picturesquely set in the beautiful Derwent valley near the Yorkshire Wolds. Features include a gatehouse bedecked with the heraldry of the De Roos family of Helmsley Castle, and a handsome set of monastic washbasins. On-site interpretation includes the story of Winston Churchill's secret visit and Kirkham's role in preparations for D-Day during World War II.

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5 miles (8 km) SouthWest of Malton, on a minor road off A64

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Address: Kirkham Priory, North Yorkshire - YO60 7JS, UK
Phone: +44 1653 618768
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