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FRIARSIDE CHAPEL

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The lesser hospice of Friarside founded before 1312 dissolved probably in the 15th century. Usually called a hospital, but sometimes a chapel or chantry. The roofless remains consist of a chapel 6 m wide and 9.7 m long with a later building, 6 m wide and 5 m long, at the west end. The east wall, about 7 m high, contains a window of 3 lights to full height with a circular window above. In the south wall is a large segmental arched doorway, a smaller ogee headed doorway and two decorated windows. The north, west and south walls are about 4 m high.

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