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Fiddler's Hill, Binham

There was said to be a tunnel between Binham Priory and Walsingham that had been used by the monks before the dissolution of the monasteries. It was said to begin at a blocked up doorway in Binham church. There’s a legend that one night a couple of hundred years ago an itinerant fiddler, after several ales, put a proposition to the men of Binham. “I’ll tell you what lads, I was thinking of heading Walsingham way. Whey don’t I take the old tunnel?” The room went quiet. “You’ll have heard about the dark monk, Jimmy?............."

Reclaimed Welsh slate measuring 440mm x 690mm