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Croyland Abbey or Crowland Abbey. This may need some explanation. Croyland Abbey
refers to the building whereas Crowland is the name of the village. The original spelling being Croyland. The original Abbey ceased to exist in 1539, when Henry VIII
government had it closed down. Before 1539 Croyland was the largest monastery in the area and one of the most important monasteries in England. The nave of this church still
stands as a picturesque ruin. We installed a sound system in the Abbey to provide sound reinforcement for the Services that regularly take place here. Shown in one of
the photographs is the false lectern board that covers the shape and size of the lectern used to discretely mount the Lectern Microphone.
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