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The design of the grounds became influenced by the style of Capability Brown.
The Bouverie family changed the garden to one featuring fruit and vegetables, with orchards planted elsewhere.
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Delapré Abbey, or more properly, the Abbey of St Mary de la Pré, the suffix meaning "in or of the Meadow", is a neo-classical mansion and outbuildings which incorporates remains of a former monastery in the meadows of the River Nene 1 mile (1.6 km) south south-east of Northampton.
The latter institution was founded as a nunnery about the year 1145 devoted to the congregation of the great Abbey of Cluny in Burgundy, France.
The Cluniac congregation was initially a reform movement of Benedictine life.
Monasteries in the congregation were supervised directly by the great abbey at Cluny.
Not all will be outdoors, we will be adding known places wherever they are.Typically a dozen to twenty nuns resided at any one time.The Guild of Weavers at Northampton made an annual procession to the Abbey church each Easter Monday where, according to the ordinances of the Guild in 1431, they would offer up: As with others the abbey was surrendered to the crown as part of the Dissolution of the Monasteries, closing in 1538.After much later use and alteration as a private residence and in World War II service, the house and its cluster of outbuildings which replaced the abbey in phased building works spanning the 16th to 18th centuries served as the Northamptonshire Record Office and the library of the related records society. A heritage shop and café overlooking its grand courtyard opened in 2017.The main building opens for educational visits, tours and weddings at the end of 2017.