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MOATENDEN PRIORY

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Trinitarian Priory, the first to be founded in England in 1224. Dissolved in 1538. The site was moated, all four sides of the moat surviving. There is also the remains of a fishpond. The site of the priory is now covered by a 16th century former farmhouse, originally timber framed, now faced with brick and tile hung, presumably constructed post-Dissolution, with 18th century alterations. Suriving medieval features include stone doorways, window and a serving hatch (please see record 1318753).

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