The Priory Hall
The Priory Hall is situated in what were the cloisters of the original Friary. The open arches were filled in filled in during the mid-1800s with glass and mortar to form the room we see today. During the course of the restoration in the mid-1990s a small piece of medieval graffiti, in the form of a rose, was uncovered together with remnants of some mid-Victorian murals which have been preserved and restored. French windows open on to the riverside gardens.