Craswall sits on the eastern side of the Black Mountains at the extreme western edge of Herefordshire – roughly 14 miles from Hereford.
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The church of St. Mary dates from around the early 15th century, with additions in the 15th, 17thth and 18th centuries. Some restoration was carried out in the late 19th century. Continue reading
The Priory of St. Mary lies about a mile from the church of St. Mary at Craswall, and was founded by the Lord of Ewyas Harold – Walter de Lacy for the Order of Grandmont and was one of only three in England. It now lies in ruins.