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BONBY PRIORY

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St Andrews Church is all that remains of Bonby Priory, which was a Benedictine alien cell of St Fromond Priory from 1199 to 1403. The priory w was then rented to Beauvale Abbey, (Nottinghamshire), and later, the church became parochial. The church was built in the 12th century, the blocked North arcade and chancel arch are 13th century, and the nave was partly refenestrated in the 15th century. The West tower was rebuilt in 1710, and the chancel rebuilt in the 18th century. Restored in 1894.

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