Notes:Tupholme Abbey dates from 1155 - 1165 and was one of nine Abbeys founded along the River Witham. The monks who founded Tupholme were from the French Premonstratensian Order. The surviving wall at Tupholme was part of the refectory and there remains the pulpit from which readings were read during meals. There are interpretation panels, a picnic site, a flock of sheep and it is proving a haven for wildlife.
Directions:Tupholme Abbey is located between Lincoln and Horncastle in between the villages of Bardney and Bucknall just to the south of the B1190.
Times:Open: daily, dawn till dusk.
Access:Access to most parts although the site is covered with grass and earthworks which could be heavy going with a wheelchair.
Ms Penny Ward
Heritage Trust of Lincolnshire The Old School