Whiteladies Priory Houses
Between A41 and A5, 1m SW of Boscobel House
Built on the grounds of a medieval nunnery, it was to White Ladies that Charles II then a Prince was first taken, after fleeing from Worcester. He arrived at White Ladies Priory on Thursday 4th September 1651 after riding throughout the night and was admitted by a servant of the house named George Penderel.
The name 'White Ladies' refers to the nuns who lived their who wore white (undyed) habits.
Whilst the large timber-framed nunnery has now gone, the remains of the nunneries medieval church, and the nineteenth boundary wall of the small graveyard still remain.
AddressBetween A41 and A5, 1m SW of Boscobel House, Whiteladies, Shropshire, WV8 1QZ
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