Scheduled Ancient Monument: HOSPITAL OF THE HOLY TRINITY (SITE OF) (SF142)

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Site of Maison Dieu hospital. Hospital of Holy Trinity, scheduled 2 July 1970. Site under grass and shingle. Earthworks mentioned in AM7 even less distinguishable due to flattening of area by cars. Bank noted on W still in evidence, that to E seems to have disappeared. July 1988: TM 4792 7068 - `Following the total destruction by fire of the old Tea Rooms a new building was started. Foundation trenches were excavated by machine on 26 July and observed by Keith Wade. Natural yellow sand was encountered at 80-90 cms below ground surface throughout. Remains of 2nd World War pillbox lie at W end. At mid point of N foundation trench a rounded flint beach pebble, sandstone block and mortar wall, 0.8m wide, was cut through. The wall was running N-S but was not seen in the S foundation trench'

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  • Scheduling record: English Heritage. Scheduled Ancient Monument file.



Grid reference Centred TM 4789 7072 (79m by 122m)
Map sheet TM47SE

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Jul 19 2012 2:48PM

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