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THE ALMONRY

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The Almonry was built between 1612 and 1627 and was part of Sir Baptis Hickes' layout of Old Campden House. It is a two and a half storey, roughly square building with strings to the ground and first floors. Built of ashlar-type rubble with a Cotswold stone roof and a finial to the north gable.

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