Number of views as of 26th March 2016 = 1100.
The Abbey Church of St Peter and St Paul, Dorchester, South Oxfordshire, England.
Situated 9 miles south east of Oxford and less than a mile from the River Thames, Dorchester is a small village of just over 1000 inhabitants, with a great Abbey and was once an important Roman town.
The Abbey you see today was begun in the 12th century and is essentially Norman in construction, though the building replaced two earlier Saxon cathedrals and there is evidence of Christian activity in and around Dorchester dating back to the 7th century.
Date: 22nd March 2009.
Click here to see the Abbey Guest House and Museum