The Jews Court Trust manage this abbey site, one of the first in the Witham Valley, and keep it open for visitors to appreciate the covered mounds and outline of buidings that remain. Download the Site Guide here.
Part of the eastern arch is all that remains of Barlings Abbey, set on the banks of a tributary of the River Witham in what is now a seemingly remote position seven miles east of Lincoln. Download the Site Guide here
The most substantial ruins of any of the abbeys in the Witham Valley can be found out Tupholme, along with old fish ponds and mounds outlining many of the other buildings and components. The site is owned and managed by Heritage Lincolnshire. Download the Site Guide here.