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Castle Hill Mexborough
SK 485-999 Yorkshire England

Mexborough CastleCastle Hill is an 11th century earthwork motte and bailey fortress, founded by Roger Busli. The truncated motte encased by a wide ditch, defends a north-eastern bailey and a small northern half-moon annexe, which is possibly a barbican. Overlooking the Strafford Sands, an important crossing of the River Don, the bailey encased by a wide rampart and ditch, supports the remains of a 19th century bandstand. Now part of a public park and landscape gardening has obliterated parts of the earthwork and damaged others. 2 miles south-east is Conisbrough Castle and 8 miles north-east is Castle Hills Langthwaite.


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Castle Hill is located in Mexborough, off Doncaster Road. 8 miles south-west of Doncaster, on the A630-A6023.

The site is in Castle Hills Park and is freely accessible in daylight hours.

Car parking is by the side of the road.

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

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