The front of the priory
|Full name||Priory of St Michael the Archangel|
|Dedicated to||Michael the Archangel|
|Founder(s)||Sebastian Bullough (1938)|
|Important associated figures||Aidan Nichols, Richard Finn, Yves Congar|
|Location||Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England|
|Public access||Limited, but accessible after Daily Mass|
Cambridge Blackfriars is a priory in Cambridgeshire, England. It was established in 1238, dissolved in 1538 and re-established in 1938. Today it continues to operate as a Dominican priory and the novitiate house of the English Province of the Order of Preachers.
The new site is at Buckingham Road, Cambridge close to Murray Edwards College. Two existing houses were linked by a new wing in 1961-2 by David Roberts. The second house, Howfield, was the family home of Arthur Stanley Ramsey.
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