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MONUMENT NO. 1353047

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Statue of Fame and pedestal approximately 35 metres northeast of the The Priory. A painted lead figure of Fame, in the manner of John Cheere, standing on one leg blowing a trumpet. The early 18th century statue is on a Portlandstone base with a square plinth. Restored circa 1985 by Andrew Naylor.

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