Discover The UK | 5 Places Beginning With Abbey, from Gates through to heads |A-Z of places

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Hello Xplorers, have you just clicked on this to discover the UK, to find your next staycation or day trip location?

Discover The UK is a weekly published guide to places around the United Kingdom {UK} covering Mountains, bodies of water, towns, and villages of which makes the UK great place to live or visit. So make sure your next vacation is to the UK.

In today guide we go on a tour around Kent, Shropshire, Staffordshire Dumfries and Galloway, and Manchester looking at 5 places start with ABBEY.

Abbey Gate, Kent, England

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Abbey Gate is a village in the borough of Maidstone in Kent, England.

Abbey Gate is served by no buses and is very difficult to trace Abbey Gate on a map

Abbey Green, Shropshire, England

Abbey Green is a hamlet in Shropshire, England at grid reference SJ5033.

Abbey Green forms part of the civil parish of Whixall.

Abbey Green is served by no buses

Abbey Green, Staffordshire, England, ST13

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Abbey Green is a village near Leek, in the civil parish of Leekfrith and in the English county of Staffordshire.

The village is close to the site of Dieulacres Abbey. The abbey was founded in 1214 by Ranulph de Blondeville, 6th Earl of Chester for Cistercian monks, who moved from Poulton, Cheshire because of attacks from the Welsh. The Earl gave the monks the manor of nearby Leek, where a Wednesday market had recently been established. The abbey remained in existence until the Dissolution of the Monasteries, when it was surrendered in 1538.

The Abbey Inn, a feature of the village, is a Grade II* listed building and is dated 1702.

Abbey Green is served by no buses

Abbey Head, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland

Abbey is a place in middle of nowhere, with no transport or road connections and is incredibly hard to locate on maps

Abbey Hey, Manchester, England

Abbey Hey is an area of Gorton, in the city of Manchester, England. It is known mainly for Debdale Park and Wright Robinson College.

It forms part of the electoral ward of Gorton North, which in itself forms part of the Manchester Gorton parliamentary constituency. The current MP is the Right Honourable Sir Gerald Kaufman, who has represented the constituency since 1983.

Transport

Due to its location, easy transport to Manchester City Centre is provided both by rail at the Gorton railway station or by a variety of Stagecoach bus routes.

Thank you for reading the A-Z Places Guides. I hope I provided a great insight to the places mentioned and all the information in this guide is correct at time of publishing please check with the operators before traveling on bus routes.

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Mike from World of Xploration

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