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MARRICK PRIORY

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Benedictine nunnery founded 1154-8, dissolved in 1539. It may have also been Cistercian. Church of St Andrew, now chapel and residential youth centre. 13th century, nave rebuilt 1811, converted circa 1970. Originally the church of the Priory of Benedictine Nuns founded in the 12th century, the nave was originally the conventual church and the choir the parish church: after the dissolution the nave became the parish church. Some remains of the priory have been incorporated into Marrick Priory farmhouse.

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