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CHACOMBE PRIORY

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Chacombe Augustinian Priory was founded in the reign of Henry II, and dissolved 1536. At the east end of the 17th century house called `Chacombe Priory' is a short building known as the chapel which is medieval, and was utilised as a dovecote. The priory precinct appears to be delineated, at least in part, by fishponds which have been made into ornamental features.

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