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Pulford Castle
SJ 375-587 Cheshire England

Pulford Castle Pulford Castle is a mid to late 12th century earthwork motte and bailey fortress, possibly founded by Robert de Pulford. Surrounding the low motte are the remains of a ditch, with a counterscarp bank and standing against the slope of Pulford Brook is a rectangular bailey. This small castle defended the ancient crossing point and in 1403 King Henry IV ordered Sir Thomas le Grosvenor to guard his estates, against Owain Glyndwr. 2 miles north-west is Dodleston Castle and 4 miles south-east is Holt Castle.

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Pulford Castle is located in the village centre, off Wrexham Road. 5 miles south of Chester, on the A483.

The site is visible from the church.

Car parking is by church.

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

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