Coronavirus guidance at the Abbey

Reviewed: Tuesday 25th October 2022

There are currently no COVID-19 restrictions when worshipping or visiting.

Everyone is welcome in the Abbey but please do not visit us if you feel unwell or if you have symptoms of COVID-19.Get the latest COVID information and advice via the NHS website.

You can continue to wear face coverings when inside the Abbey, Abbey shop and St Margaret’s Church if you wish to.

Please talk to any member of staff if you have any questions during your time at the Abbey.

Visiting and worshipping

COVID June 202 info: text

Tickets

Tickets and pre-booked tours are non-refundable, however, if your plans are impacted by changing COVID-19 guidance/regulations or infection/self-isolation, you can use your unused ticket anytime within 6 months of your original date of visit.

Email [email protected]r-abbey.org if you have any questions or if you need to rebook a pre-booked tour.

Holy Communion

Holy Communion is offered in both kinds (bread and wine). We actively discourage intinction (dipping the bread into the wine) and understand that some people would rather not drink from the chalice. In which case we suggest receiving in one kind (bread only).