St Benet’s Abbey, St Benet’s Road, Ludham. NR29 5NU is the nearest post code for the site, but this is NOT an address for mail.
St Benet’s Abbey is owned and run by the Norfolk Archaeological Trust
, a conservation charity which looks after some of the county’s most important historic sites, and facilitates public access.
The Friends of St Benet's Abbey
The Friends of St Benet’s Abbey supports the work of the Trust through events and activities, including providing regular guided tours of the Abbey. New members are always welcome and membership costs just £5 per year. You can download their latest newsletter here and contact the Membership Secretary by emailing email@example.com
Twitter feed @StBenetsAbbey
Volunteers and contributers
The Norfolk Archaeological Trust is extremely grateful to a number volunteers who have contributed ideas, knowledge, images and above all time, to create this website.
Alison Yardy, Anita Turpin, Annie Jepson, Barry Elliot, Christine Wall, Dale Wiseman, Jim Kavanagh, Matthew Champion, Roger Everett and Trish Fitzmaurice.
Elizabeth Dack (wildlife photographs), Mike Page (aerial photography), Linda Matthews (painting) and Sue White (graphic art and photos of the site).
Similarly, the Norfolk Archaeological Trust is indebted to a number of partner organisations who have provided funding or content and ideas for the website and the wider interpretation of the Abbey. Grateful thanks go to:
The Heritage Lottery Fund
The Norfolk Wildlife Trust
Norfolk County Council Historic Environment Service
Norfolk County Record Office
The Norfolk Museums and Archaeology Service
The University of East Anglia School of History Landscape Group
The Diocese of Norwich
The St Benet’s Abbey website was designed and built by Elbow Productions
working in conjunction with LandSky C.I.C.