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LAPLEY PRIORY

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All Saints Church is the only surviving remains of Lapley Priory, a Benedictine Alien cell. In 1061, Aelfgar granted land at Lapley to Reims Abbey. The house was granted to Tong College in 1414. Only the church survives of the cell. The church is Norman and 13th century, with a plan of nave, without aisles, slightly off axis, central tower and chancel. Churchyard cross, possibly including an old socket stone.

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