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Dunvegan Castle

Isle of Skye

A fortress of the MacLeod clan.

Dunnideer Castle


A hillfort that was later adapted into one of the earliest Tower Houses in Scotland.

Rowton Castle


A medieval castle that was burnt during the civil war and subsequently rebuilt.

Paull Holme Tower

East Riding

Originally part of a fortified manorial complex, today only the ruined tower survives.

Narberth Castle


A major medieval fortress rebuilt in stone by Roger Mortimer.

Middleton Stoney


The earthworks of a small castle.

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Cheriton (1644)

The Battle of Cheriton (1644) was fought between a Royalist force under the Earl of Forth and a Parliamentary army under Sir William Waller. Despite success in the opening action, the Royalists failed to exploit their advantage and handed victory to the Parliamentarians resulting in Hampshire coming under their control.

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Worcester (1651)

Described by Cromwell as his “crowning mercy”, the Battle of Worcester (1651) saw the total military annihilation of the Royalist cause and marked the end of the Civil War. Despite strong leadership from Charles II, the Parliamentary force proved too strong and ultimately surrounded and stormed the city.

Falkirk (1298)

In Spring 1297 William Wallace led a rebellion against English rule and, later that year, achieved a significant victory at Stirling Bridge after which he was appointed Guardian of Scotland. An English army under Edward I marched north to deal with this uprising and at the Battle of Falkirk (1298) decisively defeated the Scots.