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ST MARYS HOSPITAL

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This site was originally occupied by the Franciscan Friars between 1232 and 1269, when they moved to their new site (SU80NE104). The hospital moved here between 1269-1290, and was for a prior, chaplain, 13 brothers and sisters, and for poor travellers.It survived the Dissolution and, uniquely, is the only Mediaeval hospital still in use, the cubicles in the infirmary having been converted into apartments.

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