Bruton Dovecote :: Shared Description

Bruton Dovecote is a limestone tower that was built between the 15th and 17th century in Bruton. The structure was once used as a dovecote, and may have been a watchtower prior to this. It is a Grade II* listed building LinkExternal link and scheduled monument.
It has been associated with Bruton Abbey and the Berkley family who owned the estate after the dissolution. It is known that the conversion to house pigeons and doves took place around 1780. It was acquired by the National Trust in 1915 and they have managed the site since then undertaking restoration work.
by N Chadwick
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ST6834 : Bruton Dovecote by N Chadwick
ST6834 : Bruton Dovecote by N Chadwick
ST6834 : Dovecot, Bruton by N Chadwick
ST6834 : Bruton Dovecote by N Chadwick
ST6834 : Bruton Dovecote by N Chadwick
ST6834 : Dovecot, Bruton by N Chadwick
ST6834 : Dovecot, Bruton by N Chadwick
ST6834 : Dovecot, Bruton by N Chadwick
ST6834 : Dovecot, Bruton by N Chadwick
ST6834 : Dovecot, Bruton by N Chadwick
ST6834 : Dovecot by N Chadwick
ST6834 : Bruton Dovecote by N Chadwick


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Created: Thu, 28 Jun 2018, Updated: Thu, 28 Jun 2018

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