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Beauvale Priory

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Gatehouse
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Arch
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Top of Wall
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End of Wall
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Gate House Stabilised (over-pinned)
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Walls Stabilised
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Arch Repaired
The remains of Beauvale Priory, Greasley, Broxtowe, Nottinghamshire was conserved during 2010.

John Wardle was brought in to provide technical support, i.e. to provide details of structural repairs.

The project included re-support of the remaining arch and stabilisation the ends of walls of the Priory.

The Gatehouse also needed over-pinning to prevent cracking from worsening.

Private client.

 
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