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HOLY TRINITY PRIORY

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Site of Benedictine Priory, founded 1077-93 and dissolved in 1525-8. The Priory of the Holy Trinity stood on the north of the High Street, about halfway between Castle Street and the West Gate, and its grounds occupied nearly the whole North-West quarter of town, including the Buel Croft meadow. Development of 56, High Street in 1983 revealed inhumations in chalk cists, thought to be the Priory cemetery.

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