COLOURFUL  ROMSEY

Romsey  Abbey (interior)

Romsey Abbey

Romsey Abbey

Romsey Abbey

Romsey Abbey

Romsey Abbey

Romsey Abbey

Romsey Abbey

Romsey Abbey

Romsey Abbey

Romsey Abbey

Romsey Abbey

Romsey Abbey

Romsey Abbey

Romsey Abbey

Romsey Abbey

Romsey Abbey

Picture Below:

The Romsey Psalter

The Romsey Psalter dates from the middle of the 15th century.

The Psalter was purchased by Romsey Abbey and is thought to have been written

in the vicinity of Romsey, as St Ethelfleda is mentioned in the script.

More information can be found in the book,

Romsey Abbey through the centuries by Judy Walker.

Romsey Abbey

Picture Below:

This silver icon was bequeathed to the Abbey by Aldyth Wellington

on her death in 1996. She worshiped here and served Romsey

in many ways including three years as Romsey's mayor.

The figures depicted are those of (from left to right)

St Basil the great, St John Chrysostom, and St Gregory.

Romsey Abbey

Romsey Abbey

Romsey Abbey

Picture Below:

This picture shows the memorial stone which was placed in the Abbey in 1994

to the four Church Wardens who negotiated the purchase of the

Abbey Church for £100 from Henry VIII.

They were Robert Cooke, John Salt, John Ham and John Knyght.

Romsey Abbey

Romsey Abbey

Romsey Abbey

Romsey Abbey

Romsey Abbey

WMV file for above video

Romsey Next Page

Index of Pages

Home Page

Top of Page