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BLACK HALL

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Dominican Friary first established in Norwich in 1226, to the north of the River Wensum. The site was gradually enlarged through the acquisition of surrounding properties including St John Baptist Church (TG 20 NW 296) in about 1250, until they outgrew the site and moved a new area south of the Wensum in about 1307. (TG 20 NW 42). The latter site was badly damaged by fire in 1413, and this site, which had been retained as a Dominican property, was reoccupied as the Friary until 1449, when the new site had been rebuilt.

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