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a monastery of friars

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Councillor Pullen said: "We know lots of people want to have their say on the future of Friary Grange Leisure Centre, so to facilitate this we are introducing a public speaking session prior to the cabinet debate.
"Ultimately this is for Lichfield District Council to resolve in negotiation with Staffordshire County Council and The Friary School.
She also stressed that Chadsmead Ward, where the Friary Grange is situated, is among the 20 per cent most deprived areas nationally, and it was not affordable for people from Chadsmead Ward to travel to Burntwood Leisure Centre instead, as has been suggested.
The Greyfriars friary managed to survive the then-town being looted and set on fire, ransacking soldiers and religious persecution before Henry VIII ordered it destroyed in around 1540.
The Greyfriars friary managed to survive the city being looted and set on fire, ransacking soldiers and religious persecution before Henry VIII ordered it destroyed in around 1540.
Excavations had been carried out at land off Maxwell Place and Goosecroft Road in 2014, prior to the construction of blocks of flats, on a site which had been a Dominican friary for more than 300 years from 1233 to the Scottish Reformation of 1559.
Helen Jones, The Friary's marketing and communications officer, said: "We're delighted to have received the donations from East Midlands Airport staff.
The friary, Franciscan Friary of Folloni, is said to have been founded by the saint himself just a few years before the bread delivery is said to have occurred, when he and another friar were denied entry to the city of Montella due to suspicion they had leprosy and walked about half a mile to forest coverage where they found shelter from snow and slept.
As of December 2015, the same measure was reported at 0.9% (-13bps year-on-year (YoY) change) in Friary 1 and at 0.5% (+38bps YoY) in Friary 2.
It was in August 2012 that the University of Leicester, in conjunction with the Richard III Society and the city council, set out to find the Greyfriars friary where historical records said that the king was buried after his death at the Battle of Bosworth Field, 15 miles away.
Blackfriars Restaurant, established in 1239 as a Dominican friary, hosted an educational event for 80 year seven pupils from Gosforth Central Middle School.
Mary's Church, the Friary and North Bar and settings such as the market areas and race course, Beverley ranks as one of this country's most attractive market towns.
2 April 2014 - UK investment trust Caledonia Investments Plc (LON:CLDN) said it had divested its entire 25.4% interest in UK commercial insurance broker Oval Limited to Friary Intermediate Limited, part of US Arthur J Gallagher & Co (NYSE:AJG), for GBP70m (USD116.4m/EUR84.3m).