The Selby Abbey Trust has arranged a series of FREE Celebrity Organ Recitals to be performed on the historic William Hill Organ from the nave console. Featuring Daniel Cook from Durham Cathedral.Find out more »
Featuring Martin Baker and John Scott Whiteley (organs) Barnaby Archer (timpani). Sponsored by Viscount Organs. Tickets available in advance or on the door £15. Ticket includes a glass of wine or soft drink. To pre-book please contact the office on 01757 703123 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org Download The Battle of the Organs posterFind out more »
Join Selby Abbey's Men's Group at The George for a Traditional Full English Breakfast with tea/coffee. Book your place now by signing up in the office or e-mail email@example.com or telephone 01757 288784 Selby Abbey Men’s Group organises events on an occasional basis and is open to all men with any connection whatsoever with Selby […]Find out more »
Join us online to discover the Abbey in Minecraft. You will be led by one of the Abbey's tour guides through the scale Minecraft model of the Abbey and will be able to access secret passages. Our guide will cover some of our history and heritage alongside information about the Minecraft build and wider project. […]Find out more »
Join our stained glass expert on a tour of the Abbey’s incredible windows! This tour will cover some of the finest examples of stained glass in Britain. Discover the stories behind our famous Jesse Window, incredible St Germanus Window, Washington Window, and all things royal in our south transept. Alongside these famous stained glass windows, […]Find out more »
Explore the hidden gems of Selby Abbey including lepers’ squint and masons’ marks. For the first time we will be including all things edible in our tour revealing carvings within our capitals and hidden butchers in our windows! No booking needed, just turn up and join the fun!Find out more »
Join us for our medieval extravaganza! We will have stalls, activities and displays suitable for all the family. We will be providing all things medieval exploring traditional crafts, food and drink, dress, history and heritage displays as well as providing children and family activities. This is a drop in event with lots of different activities […]Find out more »
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