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Ampleforth Abbey Shop, York (website snapshot 6/12/2013) From the Abbey's Visitor Information page:
Ampleforth Abbey - A thriving Benedictine Community

Whether you are looking for a tour of the Abbey, beautiful walks or simply time to reflect, you are assured of a warm welcome. Visitors are invited to spend the day at Ampleforth and enjoy the facilities that we offer including a tea room with a fantastic selection of food and beverages, the Abbey gift shop which stocks everything from keyrings to our own cider and our state-of-the-art Visitor centre, providing a comprehensive insight into the history of Ampleforth...


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Ampleforth Abbey
York
Yorkshire YO62 4EN  • Map
Phone/Fax: 01439 766778

Contact: Georgina Peirson
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Websites
Visitor Information: www.visitors.ampleforth.org.uk/abbey-shop-and...
Online Shop: bookshop.ampleforth.org.uk

Opening Times
Monday to Saturday, 10.30am - 5pm
Sunday, 11am - 4pm

Products & Services Available
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checkboxChristian and General Books
checkboxCards, Gifts & Music
checkboxCredit & Debit Cards accepted
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Also Available
Ampleforth Beer, Cider and Spirits
Selected Healthcare and Beauty Products

News & Notes (most recent first)
Ampleforth Abbey: How monks mix God, booze and business: BBC Religion and Ethics, 15/1/2013
Ampleforth monks mix history, religion and malts in unique new beer: The Guardian, 19/6/2012
Ampleforth Abbey monks brew 300-year-old beer recipe: BBC News, York & Yorkshire, 20/4/2012

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