Waverley Abbey was built in 1128 by William Giffard, the Bishop of Winchester. The abbey was the first Cistercian abbey in England built along the River Wey in Surrey. Manual work was encouraged by the monks and they worked the land around them.
The abbey started with just 12 monks but by 1187 there were 70 monks and 120 lay brothers in residence.
In 1201 the abbey was flooded and this happened regularly which meant the abbey had to be rebuilt during the 13 th century. The monks would also provided shelter for pilgrims and travellers and an infirmary for the sick.
Henry VIII ordered the dissolution of the Monasteries in 1536 and the abbey was given to Sir William Fitzherbert, treasurer of the kings household, who dismantled the abbey and used the stone to build his house a few miles away.
The Abbey has also featured in the films Hot Fuzz and 28 Days Later.
We visited Waverley Abbey on Halloween 2014
We had investigated the abbey before on Halloween 2007 with no results so we decided we would try again.
Investigating was just Becky K and myself – Lorraine.
We arrived around midnight and set up the equipment, then we started the investigation in the vaulted undercroft or cellarium. We placed a few voice recorders around different parts of the undercroft and we took out our video cameras and started to call out.
For quite a while everything seemed peaceful and calm, and we seemed to get no response. After a short while Becky heard what she thought sounded like a ticking clock, which seemed to get louder then fade away. We decided that we would try saying the Lord ’s Prayer so Becky and myself recited the prayer and then we stood in silence. We heard and saw nothing, however the whole atmosphere seemed to have changed. I then asked if they were upset that King Henry VIII and dissolved their abbey and the atmosphere continued to feel like it had changed. We stood quietly and we started to hear noises as if somebody was walking through the bushes behind us, but we thought it could be animals.
We sat there just listening out and we kept hearing a rushing sound come from outside of the undercroft. We could not work out what it was but it stopped and then started again randomly. While we had been sitting in the undercroft, every now and again we would see a mist just in front of our torch light. Even though it was very warm for the time of year, we tested to see if it was our breath causing the mist. But we could not recreate the density of the mist we kept seeing. Moments before we noticed the mist and just afterwards Becky smelt burning, like a log fire. We were by the river so we thought that the mist could be coming from there. We then decided to set up a laser grid covering the whole of the undercroft to see if it happened again but it didn't. We continued to call out and then sit and listen for any response but we heard nothing. We decided to leave the laser grid set up with a camera rolling and we made our way over to the remains of the monks dormitory.
We stood in the dormitory and started to call out but we got no response. We remarked to each other how peaceful we found the place and how calm it felt. We continued to call out and still we seemed to get no response, so I decided to try and provoke a response and I said "I don't think I believe in god." As I said it, and just by coincidence the wind started to pick up, but when it stopped Becky and I felt as if the atmosphere had changed. There was now an oppressive feeling surrounding us and we started to feel a little bit uneasy. I carried on calling out for a response but there was none. After a few more minutes we felt like the atmosphere had changed and once again it felt calm. The tape in the video camera had come to an end so we made our way back to the undercroft.
We decided to pack up the equipment and then investigate the rest of the ruins on the way out. As we were packing up I heard a banging sound from inside where we were stood. We waited a while longer in the undercroft to see if we could hear it again but got nothing.
We started towards the remains of the church and we came to a bit that was like a tunnel.
We decided to stop inside the tunnel and started calling out. Almost straight away we heard a loud bang which seemed like it was coming from the other side of the wall. We asked for it to happen again and we heard a couple of fainter bangs coming from the opposite side of the tunnel. I also thought I heard what sounded like banging coming from on top of us. We decided to go to the other side of the wall to where we heard the banging, which was the chapter house. We were now stood in the part of the old church where the three stone window frames still remain. We called out and asked for a response but we got nothing.
We decided to call it a night and headed back to the car
We had left the voice recorder running as we were packing away our equipment ready to move on to the next part of the abbey. As we do we hear a faint knocking sound which was picked up on the recorder.
We are stood in the tunnel area in this clip.
We are calling out when we hear a knock coming from the wall beside us.
We are still in the tunnel area and we are just about to move on to the next part of the ruin, j ust after I say "Shell we move on" a knock can be heard. This time it was coming from the opposite side of the tunnel as the first knock. Also to us it sounded like a knock on wood, we checked and there was nothing made of wood near to us.
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About Waverley Abbey
Waverley Abbey is the first monastery founded in the British Isles, and dates back to the early 12th century. It is situated around 2 miles southeast of Farnham, Surrey, in a peaceful bend of the River Wey.
History of Waverley Abbey
Waverley Abbey was founded by Bishop William Giffard of Winchester in 1128 and became home to a select group of Cistercian monks who emigrated from France. It became the springboard for the reforming Cistercian religious order in southern England. By 1187 there were 70 monks and 120 lay brothers in residence. The monks and lay brothers were active in the Cistercian wool trade and provided shelter for travellers and created an infirmary for the sick.
It followed the traditional plan of a Cistercian abbey and featured a large church, a chapter house and the monks’ dormitory. The abbey suffered a series of floods in 1201, causing it to be substantially rebuilt on higher ground. King John visited Waverley in 1209, and Henry III in 1225, with the new church dedicated in 1231. Waverley Abbey produced the famous Annals of Waverley, an important written source for the period, and continued to grow in the 14th century.
Due to the Dissolution of the Monasteries in 1536, the site passed to Sir William Fitzherbert, treasurer of the king’s household. Much of the site was dismantled and some of the stones were then taken to build nearby houses, including Sir William More’s house at Loseley.
Waverley Abbey today
The impressive ruins remaining today include that of the lay brothers’ quarters, at the far end of the site. The long cellar has graceful columns supporting the vaulting above. Parts of the upper floor and the south wall remain standing and some r emains of the chapter house are also still evident.
A stretch of wall to the east of the church is part of the abbey’s infirmary chapel, alongside earthwork remains of a water supply system and the fishponds which provided one of the staples of the monks’ diet.
Getting to Waverley Abbey
Waverley Abbey is situated 2 miles southeast of Farnham, off the B3001. There is a small car park at the abbey – the ruins are a 5-minute walk.
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Where is Midsomer Murders filmed?
Everything you need to know about the locations seen in Midsomer Murders – including new episode The Stitcher Society.
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One of ITV's longest-running dramas, Midsomer Murders , continues on Sunday, with the second episode of series 22.
Set in the fictional area of Causton, many of the show's episodes are shot in the south of England, with filming taking place across Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire.
The upcoming episode, The Stitcher Society, sees the founder of a local health club fall victim to an unknown assailant after letting a mysterious new member into the group.
Here's what you need to know about the locations we'll see on screen.
Where was Midsomer Murder episode The Stitcher Society filmed?
In The Stitcher Society – season 22's second episode, DCI Barnaby and DS Winter investigate the murder of Reuben Tooms, the founder of a club for heart bypass patients, who is found dead after inviting an unpopular Midsomer resident to join the group.
Most of the episode was filmed in the countryside county of Buckinghamshire.
John Thomson, who guest stars as Cooper Steinem in the episode, said the Midsomer filming locations were very familiar to him. "That whole area of Buckinghamshire and Hertfordshire...when I was a kid in the 1970's I lived in Watford every summer and it was cool as I got to see the north and the south.
"Around that area it’s a melting pot of cinematic creativity. It’s very beautiful, Buckinghamshire and such a lovely place to film. You can see from the show it’s a lovely place to be, Midsomer, but a very dangerous place too."
Where was Midsomer Murders episode The Wolf Hunter of Little Worthy filmed?
In The Wolf Hunter of Little Worthy, DCI Barnaby and DS Winter head to the village of Little Worthy to investigate a murder potentially linked to a cult urban myth. Filming for the episode took place in and around Henley-on-Thames in Oxfordshire.
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Nick Hendrix, who plays DS Jamie Winter in the series, said shooting the episode was "a unique experience" thanks to COVID-19.
"Our shoot had to adapt like everyone else. One of the main principals of that was that we had to try to have one location for the whole episode so there was less moving around and less transitions for actors and crew, which meant we were pretty much locked in to one location for a whole episode.
"The glamp site which features in this episode was a real camp site near Henley and we essentially had booked out a field at the end of the site and built a real glamp site, so we were there filming in and around tents and cottages buildings... A lot of people who go camping in this country are Midsomer demographic, so we had a lot of fans who were having a calm holiday and then they happened to see Neil Dudgeon, DCI Barnaby wandering around," he added.
Where was Midsomer Murders episode With Baited Breath filmed?
In With Baited Breath, fishermen flock to the fictional village of Solomon Gorge desperate to catch a giant fish that is said to lurk in the lake. Filming locations included the historic Tudor manor house, Dorney Court, in Buckinghamshire.
Nicola Stephenson, who plays Izzy Silvermane in the episode, said: "One of my absolute fondest memories from filming this episode of Midsomer Murders was getting to film in this incredible stately home because its history is rather juicy. It is a place called Dorney Court, which is an early Tudor manor house, dating from around 1440.
"I ended up getting very geeky about it and sat there, on set, looking it all up online. One of the old ancestors who had lived in the house was the mistress of Charles II who had had all of these kids by him, who he looked after financially. She even gave birth to one of his babies in Hampton Court Palace, where Henry VIII lived, whilst him and his wife were on honeymoon."
Where was Midsomer Murders episode The Sting of Death filmed?
Imogen Stubbs, who plays honey entrepreneur Tamara in the Midsomer Murders cast for series 21 'The Sting of Death', revealed where the episode was filmed: leafy Buckinghamshire village Little Missenden , which has been used as a series location multiple times in the past.
"Working on Midsomer Murders has been a revelation for me as I live in London and I had no idea how beautiful some of these places along the green belt are," she said.
"We filmed in a place called Little Missenden that was full of hills and beautiful forests and we saw piglets and chicks and sat in deck chairs by a river that looked clean enough to drink. There is something almost healing about reminding oneself about the beauty of England."
Where was Midsomer Murders episode The Lions of Causton filmed?
In this episode, the Causton Lions rugby team comes under Barnaby and Winter's scrutiny when club owner Mark Adler is frozen to death in the team's cryotherapy chamber. Who killed him? And what is the complex conspiracy beneath it all?
This episode was filmed back in 2017 at Henley Rugby Football Club in Henley-on-Thames.
As the club writes on its website : "We’re very excited to see the final results as the Club was transformed into the home ground of the Lions, Causton’s top rugby side."
And while the fictional team includes actors Richard Rankin (as Danny Wickham) and Aaron Cobham (as Jake Galpin) , the real-life rugby club teases: "Keep an eye out for familiar faces in Lions side..."
Where was Midsomer Murders episode Death of the Small Coppers filmed?
This episode takes us to a local school, where Circulus – a mysterious international club for geniuses – has taken over the premises during the summer holidays. The local village is crawling with butterfly enthusiasts, so Barnaby and his team have a difficult case to solve when the school's unfortunate headmaster is found murdered and pinned to the wall just like one of the insects in his own butterfly collection.
Filming took place at the Bulstrode Estate in Gerrard's Cross, Buckinghamshire. The Victorian mansion we see on screen in Midsomer Murders sits in the beautiful grounds of Bulstrode Park, which is renowned for its beautiful trees from around the world.
The site at Bulstrode dates back to the medieval period. Over several centuries it was home to a series of grand families, before ending up in the hands of the Christian evangelical mission agency WEC International in the 1960s.
It was recently sold to private developers for £13 million – with plans to turn it into a luxury hotel.
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Where was Midsomer Murders episode The Ghost of Causton Abbey filmed?
This episode is based around a disused abbey that is believed to be cursed by an angry monk called Brother Jozef. Now two enterprising sisters are about to launch the Cursed Ale Microbrewery – but on the launch night, the curse appears to claim another victim when a body is found boiled to death in a kettle of beer.
As Causton Abbey doesn't actually exist in real life, the exteriors were filmed on location at Waverley Abbey in Surrey . As pictured below, one body was discovered in the remains of the vaulted undercroft.
Waverley Abbey was founded in 1128 as the first Cistercian abbey in England, with an abbot and a dozen monks coming from Normandy to make this institution their new home. It was inhabited by Cistercian monks until King Henry VIII dissolved the monasteries in 1536.
After the abbey closed, it was reduced to ruins as the stone was reused in local buildings, including the Waverley Abbey House which stands on the abbey's former land.
During the First World War, the house was converted into a military hospital which treated over 5,000 soldiers, and it also has numerous defences which were installed during the Second World War.
Waverley Abbey House is now a nursing home and a Grade II listed building, while the ruins are managed by English Heritage, who keep them open to the public.
This article was originally published in March 2019.
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Ep 3. Infinity Paranormal - Waverley Abbey
- October 30, 2021
Infinity Paranormal Investigate Season 2 Episode 3 - Infinity Paranormal: Waverley Abbey
In this chilling episode of Infinity Paranormal Investigate, the seasoned team of ghost hunters embark on a bone-chilling expedition to Waverley Abbey. Known for its long-standing history and rumored hauntings, Waverley Abbey proves to be a prime location for the team to unravel the mysteries behind its ghostly reputation.
Located in Farnham, Surrey, Waverley Abbey is a site steeped in historical significance. Initially founded in 1128 by William Giffard, the Bishop of Winchester, it became the very first Cistercian abbey in England. As the team sets foot within its ancient walls, they find themselves immersed in an eerie ambiance that only adds to the anticipation of what lies ahead.
Led by the fearless paranormal investigator, Veronica Hartman, the team wastes no time delving into the supernatural occurrences reported at Waverley Abbey. Armed with an arsenal of high-tech equipment, including thermal cameras, electromagnetic field detectors, and spirit communication devices, they are determined to capture any evidence that may shed light on the alleged hauntings.
With their senses heightened and adrenaline coursing through their veins, Infinity Paranormal steps cautiously through the corridors of this majestic abbey. The echoes of their footsteps reverberate, sending shivers down their spines as they venture deeper into the darkness. As the night unfolds, the team is exposed to a series of unexplainable events that challenge their belief system, leaving them questioning the boundaries of the natural and supernatural realms.
Throughout the episode, viewers are taken on a rollercoaster ride of emotions as the team encounters unexplained voices, sinister shadows, and inexplicable temperature drops. These occurrences, shrouded in mystery, lead them to question the origins of the paranormal energy that seems to permeate every nook and cranny of Waverley Abbey.
As Veronica and her team strive to separate fact from fiction, they conduct thorough investigations in various hotspot locations within the abbey. From the eerie cloisters to the abandoned chapel, each room reveals its own secrets, adding to the enigma surrounding Waverley Abbey's haunted reputation.
The team's uncanny ability to communicate effectively with the spirits they encounter adds an extra layer of intrigue to the investigation. Using their spirit communication devices, they engage in chilling dialogues with entities that claim to have resided within these haunted walls for centuries. These interactions provide viewers with a firsthand glimpse into the unknown and the vast complexities of the afterlife.
Infinity Paranormal's dedication to uncovering the truth about Waverley Abbey's paranormal presence is evident in their tireless efforts throughout the episode. Their commitment to meticulous research and investigation techniques proves they are more than just thrill-seekers; they are a team of dedicated professionals committed to shedding light on the mysteries of the supernatural.
As the episode reaches its climactic conclusion, Infinity Paranormal Investigate Season 2 Episode 3 - Infinity Paranormal: Waverley Abbey leaves viewers in awe and anticipation for forthcoming episodes. With the dark secrets of Waverley Abbey partially unveiled, one can't help but wonder what lies in wait for this remarkable team of paranormal investigators in their quest to uncover the truth.
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The team investigated Waverley Abbey Ruins 20/01/2020 we had a very interesting night and lots of activity but the highlight of the evening was the following photos. In the 1st photo everything seems normal, but when the 2nd photo is taken you can clearly see what looks to be multiple orbs. And finally in the 3rd photo what looks to be some form of energy trying to manifest in both widows before our very eyes. Many of our attendees also saw the figure.
Overall a very active night at these incredible ruins, many more of the secrets of the abbey still lives within the walls and we can’t wait to go back to see what more evidence we can capture.
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Where is Midsomer Murders filmed? Series 21 filming locations explored
The show has been running since 1997.
Midsomer Murders is back! The first episode of series 21 aired on 21 January, and after a break from broadcasting for the NTAs, the second episode returns to ITV on Tuesday night. The detective drama first aired in 1997 and has been loved ever since. And it's not just the gripping plot and talented cast of actors that make the show so popular; the picturesque backdrop to the show is what provides the show its charm. The show is filmed in a number of towns across the British countryside and if you've ever wondered where specifically, then look no further. Here's all you need to know about the filming locations of Midsomer Murders .
Oxfordshire provides a lot of the backdrop for Midsomer Murders
Where is Midsomer?
The ITV murder mystery programme is set in the fictional town Causton, located in fictional county Midsomer. The town provides the home for DCI Barnaby (played Neil Dudgeon) and his wife Sarah, and the Criminal Investigation Department in the show. Although Causton isn't a real place, the idyllic towns used for the filming can still be enjoyed by visiting the different countryside towns if you're wanting to see the memorable places in real life.
Where is Midsomer Murders filmed?
The town of Causton, Midsomer, is created in the show by combining filming footage of different countryside towns located in Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Berkshire. The Oxfordshire towns of Thame and Wallingford are mostly used to represent Causton. Wallingford is a riverside town which is drenched in history. The town boasts narrow ninth century streets and an Elizabethan town hall. In the show, Causton theatre is represented by the Wallingford corn exchange theatre and home of the Sinodun theatre company, who often provide actors to feature as extras in the show.
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Bulstrode Estate in Buckinghamshire has been used in the past
Thame is located in the heart of Oxfordshire and is a thriving town, providing the perfect backdrop to represent Causton in the show. The Thame town hall is often used to portray Causton Town Hall in the show, and other parts of Thame are used also including the Swan and Black Horse hotels, and Rumsey's Chocolaterie. In Buckinghamshire, the Bulstrode Estate in Gerrard's Cross was used in an episode where a school headmaster is murdered.
Where else is the show filmed?
For scenes that take place in Causton's Criminal Investigation Unit, the show heads to Berkshire to film. The police station is replicated by Ramslade House, the former RAF Staff College, in Bracknell. The show has also headed to Sussex to film a murder scene that took place in Brighton. For the episode, The Ghost of Causton Abbey, the cast and crew went to Surrey to film scenes. Waverley Abbey was used as the location Causton Abbey, where a murder took place in the drama.
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The popular drama has also flown overseas to film scenes for the show. For episode five of series sixteen (Midsomer Murder's 100th episode overall) the team headed to central Copenhagen to film at Rådhuspladsen (the city hall square), Nyhavn (New Port) and at the circular courtyard inside the Copenhagen Police Headquarters.
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Transform Your Community
We are the go-to provider of accredited Chaplaincy training in the UK. Want to support others and share God’s love in everyday places?
Feel The Welcome
We can’t wait to welcome you to Waverley Abbey when you host your next event, gathering or conference here.
Encounter A New Rhythm
We are the go-to provider of accredited Chaplaincy training in the UK. Want to support others and share God’s love in everyday places?
We can’t wait to welcome you to Waverley Abbey when you host your next event, gathering or conference here.
Take time out on a retreat and be refreshed, restored and revived as you encounter a new rhythm of life.
Ancient Spark New Fires
We are building a radical new centre of prayer, training, commerce and convening, to equip a new generation. At this critical moment in world history, there is an opportunity for spiritual renewal to answer culture’s longings and crisis. Waverley Abbey has a remarkable history as a site of Christian prayer and worship for over 1,300 years, and from this place, in partnership with 24-7 Prayer, we are creating a new abbey for a new generation.
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