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chapel of ease to Leintwardine
resurfaced in stone
Primitive Methodist Chapel
It is of rough stone with red brick dressings and a slate roof. There are double doors at the front flanked by a large pointed-arch window. Above the door is a date stone...
Was Abbots lodging. Now farmhouse. Seems building has parts fron C12, C14 and C17. Some parts restored 1965.
The Abbot's Lodging forms the basis of the current residence, formerly The Grange farmhouse and now known as 'Wigmore Abbey'.
The lodgings comprise a much altered and extended hall, now a private ...
What remains of the Outer Gatehouse is now in ruins, in two halves acting as an entrance to The Grange Farm. Both have remains of C14 doorway.
Very little of the original monastic building survives other that the gable wall of the south transept, which has been incorporated into the garden as an arch (further details below).