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Castle Hills Langthwaite
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Castle Hills LangthwaiteCastle Hills is an 11th century earthwork motte and bailey fortress, founded by Nigel Fozzard, on lands held from Robert of Mortain. The motte encased by a wide wet ditch, defends a bean-shaped eastern bailey and a small north-western mound, which is possibly a barbican. The predecessor to Radcliffe Moat, the low-lying site, is encased by deep wet ditches, with counterscarp banks. Once protected by marshy land, the site is heavily overgrown, so is best viewed in winter. 8 miles south-west at is Conisborough Castle and 11 miles north-east at Thorne is Peel Hill.


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Castle Hills is located south-east of Adwick-le-Street, off the Great North Road. 4 miles north of Doncaster, on the A638.

The site is visible from a public footpath, which passes the castle from the road.

Car parking is by the side of the road.

Click here for castle pictures Castle Hills Picture 1Castle Hills Picture 2Castle Hills Picture 3 and a castle map of the area Castle Map of the Area

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