Set in stunning historic surroundings..

The church of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Saint Bartholomew, and Saint Guthlac, popularly known as Crowland Abbey, is a place of great beauty with a long and eventful past. As a venue for meetings, conferences, social functions, filming and photography shoots, and weddings, this most beautiful of buildings is unrivalled. The elevated conference and meeting rooms are located in a designated suite within the Abbey along with a kitchenette, dining area and lavatories.  As this living parish church has a tradition of hospitality that began with the monks of Crowland, you will be guaranteed a warm welcome whenever you visit. If you would like to find out more about what Crowland Abbey can offer your organization or group as a conference venue or if you are interested in having your marriage in Crowland Abbey, please take a look at our  Crowland Abbey Brochure A booking form in MS Word format can be downloaded here, Booking Form

We have a mailing list that we use to tell people of forthcoming events in the Abbey. If you would like to be added to this please contact us via the form. Your details will only be used for this purpose and never passed on to any other organisation.

Contact Us

The priest-in-charge of Crowland Abbey
and the Parish of Crowland is
the Reverend Charles Brown.
His address is:

The Abbey Rectory
46 East Street

His telephone is: 01733 211763

He is the person to contact about weddings, funerals, baptisms, home communions, and pastoral matters.

or you can contact:
Associate Priest: Reverend Annie Billson
Telephone: 01733-211648

Tours: Guided tours should be arranged with Mr. David Searle (tel. 07761549865).

Churchyard Enquiries: The churchyard in the Abbey is now fully mapped and details are held of all known graves. If you visit and need help in locating a grave, please ask the guides who will be delighted to help. (Guides are in the Abbey from 11am to 3pm in the winter and 11am to 4pm in the summer, except when there are services or functions taking place). Alternatively, please use the contact form and we will be pleased to search our records for the details you require.

Crowland Village Guide

Crowland Abbey Guide