Friends of Reading Abbey: Information about other places of historic interest

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Tewkesbury Abbey. Visited on the Friends' annual outing in 2018. Notes written by Professor Anne Curry Tewkesbury Abbey
Cholsey. Visited on the Friends' annual outing in 2019. Notes written by John Painter Cholsey
Wallingford. Visited on the Friends' annual outing in 2019. Notes written by Professor Anne Curry Wallingford
Dorchester Abbey. Visited on the Friends' annual outing in 2019. Notes written by John Painter Dorchester Abbey
The Friends of Reading Abbey take part in the activities of the European Federation of Cluniac Sites. The Federation is a network of people and organisations who have the objective of reconnecting Cluniac sites throughout Europe and promoting their common Cluniac heritage.
Link to the Monasteries and Abbeys page on the English Heritage website, which lists monastic sites under their care. English Heritage - Monasteries and Abbeys
Greyfriars Church in Friar St in Reading is the remaining building of a friary founded by Franciscan friars in 1233. A talk about the friary was given by Malcolm Summers to the Friends of Reading Abbey following the AGM in Oct. 2019. The link is to a summary of the talk. A link to a Wikipedia article on Greyfriars Church is also given.Greyfriars Church

Greyfriars Church - Wikipedia