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Dunscaith Castle

Isle of Skye

Fortress of the MacLeods that was later takeover by the MacDonalds of Skye.

Smailholm Tower

Scottish Borders

Tower House built by the Pringle family and later home to Sir Walter Scott.

Appleby Castle


A medieval fortress owned by the Cliffords.

Tattershall Castle


A brick built tower raised by the Henry VI's Lord Chancellor.

Laugharne Castle


A twelfth century castle that was extensively rebuilt in the Elizabethan period.

Leeds Castle


The palatial resident of Queen Eleanor of Castile.

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Bryn Glas (1402)

The Battle of Bryn Glas (1402) was fought between the forces of Owain Glyndŵr and Sir Edmund Mortimer. The Welsh had raided deep into the latter's territory and the English followed in hot pursuit but were decisively defeated when Glyndŵr's men turned to fight. Mortimer was captured and later changed sides contributing to the destabilisation of Henry IV's regime.

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Powick Bridge (1642)

Throughout Summer 1642 both King and Parliament started mustering military forces in anticipation of civil war. As the two armies grew in size, an engagement between them became inevitable and it finally occurred at Powick Bridge on 23 September 1642. As Parliamentary forces attempted to intercept a Royalist convoy leaving Worcester, they were attacked and defeated by Prince Rupert.

Methven (1306)

In early 1306 Robert Bruce, Earl of Carrick gambled all on a rebellion against Edward I. He murdered his rival, Sir John Comyn, and was crowned King of Scotland. However, the campaign did not start well when an English force under Aymer de Valence virtually destroyed Bruce’s fledgling army at the Battle of Methven (1306).