Welcome to the Abbey at Milton
Volunteer support helps grow the Community of The Abbey giving a warm welcome to Visitors in The Benedictine Tradition
The Abbey Community at Milton Abbey
Milton Abbas, Blandford Forum
About Us
Our Mission:
The Milton Abbey Heritage Trust has been established as a registered charity for the protection, restoration, educational interpretation and development of The Abbey, St. Catherine’s Chapel and the surrounding Capability Brown landscape as buildings and land of historical and architectural importance. The Bishop of Salisbury has supported the Trust, working together to promote Christian worship and an enhanced visitor experience at The Abbey.
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Volunteers at The Abbey at Milton
The Abbey benefits from a great team of volunteers who provide a warm welcome to our worshippers and visitors.
Before the Reformation in 1540, the Abbey was a community of Benedictine monks. One of the Benedictine rules is to welcome all visitors as if you were welcoming Christ himself. We continue to welcome visitors according to this Benedictine rule and our staff, volunteer stewards and guides are responsible for offering our visitors a high quality experience and very warm welcome.
Behind the scenes, volunteers help with everything from fundraising, to refreshments. If you have a few hours a week to spare, we would love to hear from you. In return for donating your time and skills, you would receive personal training, and enjoy the satisfaction of knowing that you are helping to preserve over a thousand years of history for future generations.
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Milton Abbas
Blandford Forum
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