Scheduled Ancient Monument: DODNASH PRIORY (SITE OF) (SF180)

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Dodnash Priory, Augustinian, founded 1188, dissolved 1525. Re-used material is visible in the present Dodnash Priory Farm.Scheduled area comprises a large pond, probably remains of fishponds, a fragment of flint wall on its side and an area of lumps and bumps extending over parts of two fields. An AP suggests walls but nothing definite. 1981: Area under pasture. Whole site extremely wet. Pond filled with reeds and several wildfowl nesting. The fragments of flint wall is reduced in size along its width, say 3 x 2 x 5 ft as against 3 x 3 x 5 ft in 1975. It would appear that masonry has been chipped away recently, with several flints lying loose at the base.

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



Grid reference Centred TM 1049 3570 (310m by 110m)
Map sheet TM13NW

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Jul 20 2012 1:42PM

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