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Graffiti Go! Cleans St Albans 12th century piece of history

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The tag “Zac SG” has been scrawled in black paint across the lime ruins of a Tudor house on Sadleir Road, commonly known as Sopwell Nunnery.

The site was the home of a priory dating back to 1140 which was demolished during the Reformation when the land was given to royal adviser Sir Richard Lee by King Henry VIII.

The ruins of the mansion Sir Richard built on the site have become a popular tourist attraction which is now managed by St Albans district council (SADC).

Graffiti Go! was used to clean the stone without damaging the substrate. It removed all of the graffiti safely and effectively without the need for any hazardous chemicals.

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