Leiston Abbey

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  • Leiston Abbey was formerly known as St Mary’s Abbey. Founded in 1182 at Minsmere by Ranulf de Glanville, Lord Chief Justice to Henry II. The only remains of the old site are the ruins of the Abbey chapel. In 1363 the Abbey was transferred to Leiston, and its patron, Robert de Ufford, 1st Earl of Suffolk, devoted his last years to the building.

  • Leiston Abbey Weather Forecast

    Light rain today and Saturday, with temperatures falling to 16°C on Saturday.

    Today's Forecast
     Drizzle until afternoon.
     
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       46%  69%   8 mph
      4:42 am    9:02 pm
    Tuesday, May 30th
     Partly cloudy throughout the day.
     
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       6%  54%   11 mph
      4:41 am    9:03 pm

    Wednesday, May 31st
     Partly cloudy starting in the afternoon, continuing until evening.
     
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       3%  9%   3 mph
      4:40 am    9:05 pm
    Thursday, Jun 1st
     Partly cloudy overnight.
     
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       0%  3%   7 mph
      4:39 am    9:06 pm

    Friday, Jun 2nd
     Partly cloudy throughout the day.
     
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       7%  49%   7 mph
      4:39 am    9:07 pm
    Saturday, Jun 3rd
     Light rain until evening.
     
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       63%  79%   2 mph
      4:38 am    9:08 pm

    Sunday, Jun 4th
     Partly cloudy starting in the evening.
     
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       5%  15%   11 mph
      4:37 am    9:09 pm
    Monday, Jun 5th
     Mostly cloudy throughout the day.
     
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       0%  46%   8 mph
      4:36 am    9:10 pm

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