Binham Priory

We drove up for a short pilgrimage to Walsingham with the OMV and the Knights of Malta.

We arrived in time for Mass at Binham Priory just two or three miles northeast of Walsingham.

It was founded in the eleventh century by Pierre de Vacognes and his wife Albreda.

Although dissolved in 1539, it is not a complete ruin. The nave has been preserved as a parish church.

The venue was magnificent, the venue lovely, but I spent most of my time worrying if my daughter had arrived safely. She had. Thus do our minds wander and swell in this present world.