Hampole Priory

 Hampole Priory is a Tudor/ Jacobean house much altered in Georgian times with substantial alterations in the Victorian era. It was the site of the meetings between the Pilgrims and the Archbishop of York before the meeting at Doncaster Bridge. A date of 1676 is carved in stone and even though this may have been moved it is a possible date for an early, if not the earliest incarnation. The Southern…………………….(continue reading).

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