© Valerie Fenwick. Butley Research Group 2014

Priory layout deduced from documents and archaeological information
1  Warren with pillow mounds and guard-house
2  Spring which provided running water
3  Lime-kilns for mortar production
4  Common known as Killhill [Kiln Hill] Green
5  Gatehouse, dispensary and guest
   accommodation
6  Roadway to a dock on the tidal creek
7  Ash coppice for tools, trades and kindling
8  Sluices to distribute the water supply
9  Pond Yard with fish pond and poultry houses
10 Main Way bisecting the Precinct
11 Bake-house
12 Infirmary
13 Stables
14 Dovecote
15 Garden
16 Barn to store tithe-corn and grain from the
   demesne
17 Church with crossing tower and stained glass
   windows
18 Lady Chapel with crypt
19 Cemetery for canons and lay brothers
20 Entrance to administrative and catering block
21 Cloister and garth
22 Chapter House
23 Refectory or Frater
24 Dormitory over warming rooms
25 Latrine block or Reredorter
26 Vineyard for wine or verjuice production
27 Barn for storage of fleeces
28 Prior's lodging
29 Main drain
30 Orchard and garden
31 Retting pits and sheds for hemp processing
32 Brew-house and ponds
33 Tenter yard for stretching finished cloth
34 House for dyeing and finishing cloth
35 Mill for making flour and fulling cloth
36 Bridge over brook to field known as 'Bruers
   Entry'
37 Jetty over Okeland Brook
38 Home Park, also known as Convent Garden

A road bisected the 22-acre precinct accessed through the Gatehouse and terminating at the Mill