News From Nowhere: Art @ Merton Priory 29 & 30 September and 6 & 7 October 2012 ‘A wonderful exhibition. Given its dark strangeness, the place was totally transformed by the art, and everyone made some truly interesting pieces in response to the brief. We had upwards of 600 through the doors each day, this […]
29 October 2011 – Merton Priory Land Transfer The Merton Priory Trust welcomes the land transfer which brings the Chapter House and south garden into public ownership. We look forward to working with the local community, the Borough of Merton and Wandle Valley partners to bring the Merton Priory project forward. What’s going to happen […]
Merton Arts Trail Exhibition in the ruins of the Chapter House at Merton Abbey Mills. This historic place, under the road between the Savacentre and the Mills, is newly open to the public, and the exhibition has been scheduled to coincide with the Arts Trail, sponsored by Marcus Beale Architects. Items displayed on loan from the […]
9 July 2011 – The Chapter House was specially prepared by DS/JH for a highly successful musical celebration, attended by nearly 100 parishioners, part of a “pilgrimage” along the Wandle on Saturday 9th July, ending in a service in the Chapter House and picnic in Wandle Park.
11 May 2011 – Magna Carta Tour: History buffs’ rare chance to see Magna Carta – see article in Wimbledon Guardian here.
2 May 2011 – Magna Carta A replica of the Magna Carta will be exhibited at local churches and places of worship over the next few weeks to raise awareness of the Priory. The original Magna Carta has long been lost. However, an unknown number of copies were made shortly after its completion four of which […]
1 May 2011 – The Chapter house laid out ready for the 14th annual service of Nones. About 20 people visited the site, some expecting to hear the 14th ‘Friends of Merton Priory’ service of nones, remembering the day on which the priory was formally founded. This is how Heales describes the foundation, in his […]
April 2011 – The Chapter house is being improved by redecorating the surrounding walls, reorganising the displays of archaeological finds and the explanatory notice boards, improving lighting and signage. Shortly the sand laid between the foundations will be removed and the levels reduced to give a greater impression of the layout of the building. After many […]
1 March 2011 – Wimbledon Guardian Historic Colliers Wood site should aim for United Nations backing
23 July 2010 Wimbledon Guardian article ‘Merton Priory still in running for global landmark list’
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