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Blackfriar's Refectory
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Blackfriar's Refectory

In the heyday of the friary on this site, the establishment possessed a cloister, a large church with a long nave, a chapter house, a guest hall, and this refectory where the Friars ate. The guest hall is across the river from here, (the river runs behind this property), and still survives. The refectory has passed through several hands since the dissolution of the monasteries and has been a woollen factory, a weaver's hall, a store, and in turn, a church for Baptists, Unitarians, Methodists and Christian Scientists.



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This page last changed on 7th September 2008.
Photograph July 2005. © Copyright Peter Collinson, All rights reserved.