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English: Kersal Cell is a grade 2 listed building in Kersal, Salford, Greater Manchester. which was originally part of a Cluniac Monastery. Built in 1563, it was once owned by the writer John Byrom who wrote the hymn "Christians Awake". It was used as a country club for many years but is now split into three private homes.
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