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chantry

A chapel within a church, endowed for religious services for the soul of the donor or others he may designate.
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A petition by residents in Chauntry Place said: "We feel there are far too many establishments in this area performing entertainment and selling alcohol that are not being regulated to ensure social harmony within this area.
Dixie Shevlin, grandmother, aged 71, of Chauntry Place, city centre.
Vijay Patel, aged 29, of Chauntry Place, city centre, driving with excess alcohol, fined pounds 300, banned from driving for one year and a drink-drive course accepted.
She said today's crackdown followed complaints from residents in Chauntry Place, and that similar initiatives would follow.
Extra police patrols took place in Lady Herbert's Gardens, in Chauntry Place last week.
Officers also forged closer links with people living in nearby Chauntry Place during the operation.
He married Fanny Bradnick in St Peter's Church in 1888 and lived at 6 Court, with her mother in 1 Chauntry Place.
How did they get in anyway, I suspect from Chauntry Place?