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standard-title Quarr Abbey Isle of Wight Gallery Quarr Abbey on the Isle of Wight now has around a dozen monks and is constructed of red brick. It was completed in 1912 and now welcomes people to look around the grounds and beautiful Abbey. There is a fabulous tea rooms and farm shop offering produce from the Abbey garden and farm.

Quarr Abbey Isle of Wight Gallery

Quarr Abbey on the Isle of Wight now has around a dozen monks and is constructed of red brick. It was completed in 1912 and now welcomes people to look around the grounds and beautiful Abbey. There is a fabulous tea rooms and farm shop offering produce from the Abbey garden and farm.
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Quarr Abbey Isle of Wight Gallery

Quarr Abbey is located in a beautiful setting between the villages of Binstead and Wootton and when you drive between Newport and Ryde you will see the building towering out from between the trees. Constructed of red brick, the Abbey was finished in 1912 and designed by one of the first Monks on the Isle of Wight; 31 year old Dom Paul Bellot.  It is now a Grade I listed building and belongs to the Catholic Order of St Benedict. The Abbey was identified as one of 100 most endangered historic sites in the World and in 2012 the Heritage Lottery Fund awarded the Abbey a £1.9 million match funded grant to maintain and preserve the Abbey and its buildings.

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