cloister garth


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cloister garth

The courtyard within a cloister.
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Caption: The central pond of the cloister garth at Stanbrook Abbey, Worcester, England.
Only the Abbey church, the guest-house and parlours were reserved for later building phases and, in the meantime, Dom Mellet's 'Iron Church' was transported to Quarr and re-erected on the future cloister garth at a cost of [pounds]488/6/0d.(9)
The first incident happened at around 7.30pm, on Friday, September 5, on Wagon Way near Cloister Garth, in Gosforth.
The first time was at 7.30pm, on September 5, on Wagon Way near Cloister Garth, in Gosforth.
12 Cloister Garth, South Gosforth, is for sale through Rook Matthews Sayer at offers in the region of PS245,000, tel: 0191 284 7999.
A WILLIAMS, Cloister Garth, South Gosforth, Newcastle.