Arthington Nunnery

Local nameArthington Nunnery
LocationLeeds, UK

Arthington Priory was an English monastery which was home to a community of nuns in Arthington, West Yorkshire, founded in the mid-12th century. The priory land is occupied by a residence called "Arthington Hall", which was built around 1585, and little, if anything, remains of the priory. The site of the priory church is possibly now occupied by a farmhouse called The Nunnery. The community was the only one of nuns of the Cluniac congregation in Yorkshire and one of two in England. It was established through a grant by Peter de Arthington.

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Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arthington_Priory

Address LS21 1, United Kingdom

Coordinates 53°54'7.325" N -1°33'45.031" E

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