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Leominster Old Priory

Duncan L. Brown

Leominster Old Priory

recording of standing buildings and excavations 1979-80

by Duncan L. Brown

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Published .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Reprinted from: The Archaeological Journal, Vol. 151 (1994).

Other titlesArchaeological Journal.
Statementby Duncan L. Brown and Duncan Wilson.
ContributionsWilson, Duncan.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16301990M

  Comment: Publisher: Friends of Leominster Priory/Logaston Press Date of Publication: Binding: paperback Edition: 1st Edition Condition: Very Good Description: Friends of Leominster Priory/Logaston Press first edition large format paperback; very good clean copy, appears unread; enclosed leaflets about the great organ and Leominster Country; please note another title Author: Caroline Hillaby. Photo of Leominster, Priory Church from Francis Frith. Photo of Leominster, Priory Church , from The Francis Frith Collection Photo Prints Old Maps Calendars Photo Books Colour Contrast Galleries Featured Galleries.

The Ducking Stool is located inside Leominster Priory church. This strange wooden relic is a fascinating piece of social history, though sadly it needs some repairs by the look of it. Information boards tell the story of this ancient form of punishment. Allegedly, Leominster is 12 TripAdvisor reviews. : The Sculpted Capitals of Leominster Priory: Publishers plain wrappers in illustrated dustwrapper, as issued. copies only. Printed on Zerkall mould-made paper. 18 pages, ten superb illustrations of surviving Romanesque carvings. The Priory Church of St Peter and St Paul is all that remains of the 12th century Benedictine monastery, itself a refounded Saxon Priory.

SO LEOMINSTER /1/4 Priory Building at the Old Priory II House, originally part of claustral range of Benedictine monastery. CC16 with C19 alterations. A said service of Holy Communion (the Eucharist) following the old Prayer Book. This is a reflective service with a small congregation, and takes place in the circular area of seating at the East end of the Priory, St Paul's Chapel. am: Medieval Festival Service: The Eucharist, with Hymns, Bible Readings and Sermon.


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The Priory Church is part of a group of twenty-two parishes comprising The Leominster Church of England Team Ministry. It has an office located in The Forbury Chapel building in Church Street Leominster HR6 8NH which is manned by volunteers normally between am and 1pm on weekdays.

Telephone Contact us by email. A former workhouse of a Benedictine Monastery dating back to the 11th Century, YHA Leominster is now a well-equipped hostel. Come and stay to embrace the history of the area.

Leominster is situated in the Marches, the disputed borderlands between Wales and England, fought over for centuries. I’m a huge fan of the Cadfael novels of Ellis Peters. Perhaps that’s why, even though this is Leominster and not Shrewsbury, I still sense the monastic past of this once Benedictine priory building, and just out of view, in the periphery of my vision, I’m sure there’s a cowled monk or two.

Check Leominster Social Services in Leominster, The Old Priory, The Priory on Cylex and find ☎contact on: The Old Priory, The Priory, Leominster, HR6 8DA, Herefordshire England. YHA Leominster was a workhouse of the Old Priory, a Benedictine Monastery that dates back to the 11th Century.

Leominster is situated in the on: The Priory, Leominster, HR6 8EQ. YHA Leominster is in a section of the Old Priory monastic complex, part of the Benedictine monastery that dates back to It now offers small, comfortable rooms from where you can wander the town’s narrow streets, browse the antique shops and markets and enjoy the country life.

A fascinating book on Leominster. Old photos are compared with "modern" photos taken from the same locations.

With an older foundation than Hereford, Leominster has a rich history. The Priory dates from aboutand by the time of Domesday, it was already the centre of an extensive manor. The workhouse buildings later became the Old Priory Hospital and then as offices for Herefordshire County Council.

Inpart of the building was taken over for use as a youth hostel. Children's Home. By the s, the Leominster Union established a children's home at 46 Etnam Street, Leominster. Stay in the heart of Leominster in this quality accommodation in the Old Priory monastic complex dating back to Great for families, individuals, walkers and cyclists, and those who enjoy local farmers markets, historic villages and the great outdoors.

Explore narrow streets and Medieval, Tudor and Georgian architecture. Ever popular with walkers and cyclists, the Lindlow and Kington.

Leominster (/ ˈ l ɛ m s t ər / LEM-stər) is a market town in Herefordshire, England, at the confluence of the River Lugg and its tributary the River Kenwater 12 miles (19 km) north of Hereford and 7 miles south of Ludlow in a population of 11, Leominster is the largest of the five towns (Leominster, Ross-on-Wye, Ledbury, Bromyard and Kington) in the county.

Find us at the The Old Priory (behind the Priory Church), Leominster, Herefordshire HR6 8EQ – We are open Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays 10 am to 3pm.

Call us on Email us on [email protected]   The building. The Priory Church of St Peter and St Paul is one of Herefordshire's largest and oldest religious buildings, and is classed as one of the finest parish churches in England in the book England's Thousand Best entering through the south porch, you become aware that this lofty, broad church is unusual because it appears to have three naves.

Leominster Priory is open for private prayer and Sunday services. The Church is be open Monday to Friday from am until pm. We have a service at 10am in The Priory and during the week space is there for personal prayer. Please sanitise your hands on entering and leaving church, keep to two metre distancing between individuals and households and follow the guidelines displayed in the.

The Priory Church of St. Peter and St. Paul that stands in Leominster today dates from the middle of the 12th century, with later additions. The Origins of the Name The first element is the Old English leon, which refers to the lowland district watered by the Lugg and Arrow, with their tributaries.

The Old Priory The Priory, Leominster HR6 8EQ England. quiet hostel tucked away top bunk every half hour lounge area nice park croft castle warden volunteers council tv cyclists cycling books pubs.

Luca A wrote a review Jan Rugby, United Kingdom 21 contributions 3 / TripAdvisor reviews. Leominster, The Priory House (Now Workhouse) The E. end (Plate ) of the building has a segmental-pointed arch spanning the stream; above it are two 13th-century lancet-windows, and the upper floor has remains of a window of three grouped lancets, the head of which has been destroyed since Price's views were taken about Buy Leominster Old Priory: Recording of Standing Buildings and Excavations by Duncan L.

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Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The font at the entrance to the Priory has seen the heads of few Weaver’s and their descendants. Primrose bus waiting at the Leominster Bus Station You could hear the bells clearly from our house and mum would often say ‘that’s our Maureen and Philip ringing’.

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