The Priory Church of St Mary and St Hardulph at Breedon on the Hill was originally a monastery founded in about AD 676 on the site of The Bulwarks, an Iron Age hill fort. It was re-founded as an Augustinian priory early in the 12th century. What remains of the priory church includes a large number of Anglo-Saxon sculptures, an ornate family box pew and notable Renaissance church monuments. This is the south facing side of the church with the main path leading to the entrance porch.
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