High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Great Malvern Priory,
in Malvern, Worcestershire, England, was a Benedictine monastery
c.1075-1540 and is now a parish church. During the reign of Edward
the Confessor, Saint Wulfstan, the Bishop of Worcester, encouraged
a hermit named Aldwyn to found a monastery in what was then the
wilderness of Malvern Chase. According to the Worcester Monastic
Annals this work began in 1085.
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