The almonry was not merely "within the precincts of the abbey," it was actually a part of the abbey.
He increased the allowances to the kitchen, cellars, and almonry.
It would be an idle task to attempt to estimate the value of these almonry schools for national education.
He was a clerk, and ranked directly after the two grooms of the almonry.
Leach considers that the total number of boys educated in the almonry schools was 1,000.
For to the almonry eight years before a wise man had come with a strange new invention.
An almonry is described in some recent works as "a building near the church."
Stow distinctly says it was in the almonry of the abbey; and the handbill Dr. Rimbault refers to confirms that fact.
Attached to St. Saviour's was an almonry intended for the same purpose.
Other buildings include an Elizabethan town hall, the grammar school, founded by Abbot Lichfield, and the picturesque 11 almonry.