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WEST RAVENDALE PRIORY

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Premonstratensian alien priory cell, founded by Alan, son of Earl Henry of Brittany, and granted to Beauport Abbey in 1202. The cell was dissolved in 1389 having been ruinous since the early 14th century. In 1413 the lands were granted to Queen Joan by Henry IV and in 1452 to the collegiate church of Southwell. The remains of a chapel, 14m by 5m, within an enclosure, remain as a ruined building within earthworks.

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