Crowle Court

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Crowle Court

Crowle Court was a moated monastic grange occupied by the priors of Worcester until the Dissolution of Monasteries in the mid 16th Century. It then passed into private hands and survived into the late 19th century before its demolition and replacement with an undistinguished brick farmhouse.

The remains were archaeologically recorded prior to works commencing and the repairs included stitching of the huge stone fireplace mantle beam stone consolidation and repair and repointing of brick and stonework.

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Crowle Court(b)

Crowle Court