Leominster

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Leominster Priory

Leominster is a small town in the English county of Herefordshire. The name is said as "Lemster".[1] Leominster is about 12 miles north of Hereford and 11 miles south of Ludlow. There are about 11,000 people living in Leominster. It is a historic market town going back to the seventh century. Markets are still held every Friday in Corn Square.[1] The Leominster Priory, originally a monastery, began in 663 AD.[1]

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