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HOSPITAL OF ST JOHN OF JERUSALEM

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Remains of hospital founded before 1199 and granted to the Knights Hospitallers in 1214. A preceptory was established but it had ceased to exist by 1338. The main portion of the building dates from 13th century and was the Preceptory chapel, but was much altered 1755-6. Two-storeys and attic. The East end is faced with flints, the remainder re-faced with red brick in the 18th century. In the 19th century dormers were added. 18th century addition to the West on the site of the former tower. 19th century East-wing addition to the North-East. The site is moated.

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