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Castle Hill Malpas
SJ 486-472 Cheshire England

Castle HillCastle Hill is probably an 11th century earthwork motte and bailey fortress, founded by the Barons of Malpas. Standing at a strategic position on a spur of the Broxton Hills, the large flat-topped motte is encased by a ditch. St Oswald's Church is probably situated on the site of the bailey and its graveyard extends the south and west sides of the motte. 5 miles north-west is Shocklach Castle and 9 miles north-east is Beeston Castle.


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Castle Hill is located in Malpas, off Church Street. 15 miles south of Chester, on the A41-B5069.

The site is visible from the church.

Car parking is by the church.


Castle Hill pictures and large castle map
Castle Hill Picture 1Castle Hill Picture 2Castle Map of the Area

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