Over a thousand years of history hiding on the River Bure. Alleged to have been founded on the site of the martyrdom of a hermit by the Danes, built on by Wulfric and Cnut, it became home to the cult of St Margaret of Holm, a medieval murder victim in Hoveton. The abbey survived the reformation in some form, but the buildings were demolished and robbed away leaving just the gatehouse and some remains of the church. In 1725 a mill was built inside the gatehouse, both still exist. It remains a sentinel in the flat landscape of the Broads, a waymark for cruisers, nestling inside the tower are centuries of graffiti from lover’s hearts to late 20th century scratches. I ran my fingers along the old lines, walked the spine of the church and found an old sheep’s tooth on a molehill.
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