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Barnwell Castle

Barnwell Castle is a ruined castle, south of the town of Oundle, and west of the village of Barnwell, Northamptonshire. It has been designated by English Heritage as a Grade I listed building, and is a Scheduled Ancient Monument. A motte and bail ...

Bewcastle Castle

The first castle was built on the site of Bewcastle Roman Fort, around 1092. The castle is surrounded by a dry moat, the north and east sections of which re-use the Roman ditch. The castle was destroyed in 1173, but was rebuilt towards the end of ...

Bletchingley Castle

Bletchingley Castle is a ruined castle and set of earthworks partly occupied by three buildings. The Scheduled Ancient Monument is directly beside the Greensand Way below it to the south in the village of Bletchingley in Surrey. The sites tower s ...

Bredwardine Castle

Bredwardine Castle was sited in the village of Bredwardine in Herefordshire, England beside the River Wye. Thought to have been built in the second half of the 12th century. By the 15th century it had become a ruin.

Bridgnorth Castle

The castle was founded in 1101 by Robert de Belleme, the son of the French Earl, Roger de Montgomery, who succeeded his father to become the Earl of Shrewsbury. Its principal feature, a square great tower, was built during the reign of Henry II. ...

Greenhalgh Castle

Greenhalgh Castle is a castle, now ruined, near the town of Garstang in Lancashire, England. Thomas Stanley, 1st Earl of Derby, had the castle built in 1490 to provide defence for his estates around Garstang. He was also allowed to enclose a park ...

Ravensworth Castle (North Yorkshire)

Ravensworth Castle is a ruined 14th-century castle in the village of Ravensworth, North Yorkshire, England. It has been designated a Grade I listed building by English Heritage.

Annesley Old Church

Annesley Old Church or the Church of All Saints, Annesley Park, is a disused church in a ruinous condition which stands on a mound near to Annesley Hall, Nottinghamshire. The building remains are Grade I listed and are surrounded by a graveyard. ...

Holy Trinity Chapel, Umberleigh

The Chapel of the Holy Trinity at Umberleigh is a ruinous mediaeval chapel in north Devon, England, largely demolished according to Lysons in about 1800. It stands next to Umberleigh House, the manor house of Umberleigh, which still survives in t ...

Risinghoe Castle

Risinghoe Castle, sometimes known as Goldington Castle, is a 20-foot mound, located in the former village of Goldington, a parish in the hundred of Barford, in the county of Bedfordshire, England. The village of Goldington has now been incorporat ...

Pasture goatsbeard

Geropogon is a genus of flowering plants in the dandelion family. Species Several species names have been published in the genus, but only one is recognized. Geropogon hybridus, the pasture goatsbeard or slender salsify, is native to the Mediterr ...

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