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BREADSALL PRIORY

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Country house built on the site of an Augustinian priory. Holy Trinity Priory was only a small priory, and was founded before 1266 and suppressed in 1536. Apart from a 13th century arch retained in the basement of the present house, there are no remains. The present house is an E-plan Elizabethan house remodelled c1861 by Robert Scrivener and extended in 1899 and 1906. Home of Erasmus Darwin and also of Sir Alfred Seale Haslam. In 1980 it became a golf club and hotel.

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