Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: I

List Entry Number: 1374431

Date first listed: 26-Apr-1984

Statutory Address: THE CASTLE, CASTLE HILL


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Statutory Address: THE CASTLE, CASTLE HILL

The building or site itself may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

County: Staffordshire

District: East Staffordshire (District Authority)

Parish: Tutbury

National Grid Reference: SK 20924 29117


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1. 5369 TUTBURY CASTLE HILL SK 2028 4/2 ----------- The Castle I

2. Castle ruins. C12 chapel. North-east gateway of early C14, the rest C15 and later. On the south side the present entrance is through the south wall of the former King's Lodging of 1631-5 on the site of the former great hall and solar, of which portions remain. To west the motte is crowned by a folly keep of early C19 known as Julius's tower. To east is the South Tower, actually 2 adjoining towers of circa 1442-50. The curtain wall extends north-east to a small tower and to the North Tower beyond, built circa 1450 and terminating with the North-East Gateway, known as John of Gaunt's Gateway, a fabric on early C14 with C15 towers. In the bailey stand the remains of the Norman chapel. The castle, which for long has been the property of the Duchy of Lancaster, was founded by Henry de Ferrers. Mary Queen of Scots was confined here on several occasions. Crown Property and A.M.

Listing NGR: SK2093629169


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