Reprinted from the Transactions of The Birmingham Archaeological Society, Vol. 53, 1928.
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Modern waste dumping has obscured the outer side of the eastern ditch. The motte is flat topped and there is a slight depression at its centre. 9 Brief survey by RCHME in recommends more detailed survey of the monument. 10 Shown on Plan. 11 Brief piece on the management issues at the castle appeared in the IFA’s magazine in A full and fascinating account of the history of Hartshill Castle and its many owners can be found in the book: "HEARDRED'S HILL - A History of Hartshill and Oldbury" written by Joan Allen and published by Bethany Enterprises in Click here to read a ghost tale of the Castle " The Unlucky Lady in Black at Hartshill Castle". HARTSHILL CASTLE. Photo Gregg Archer. Motte & bailey dating from early 12th Century, with a curtain wall added in 14th century. The motte is now overgrown, but part of the wall remains, as does the ruins of the chapel and a later 16th Century house. Directions. Hartshill Neighbourhood Development Plan – March 6 A Neighbourhood Plan for Hartshill The Localism Act gives parish councils the power to prepare a statutory Neighbourhood Development Plan. Such a plan will be used to help promote, guide and control development in .
Get Textbooks on Google Play. Rent and save from the world's largest eBookstore. Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. ONE OF THE GEMS OF NORTH WARWICKSHIRE IS HARTSHILL CASTLE. this ruined castle is being preserved by a friend of mine --the current owner -- a retired schoolteacher -who bought it 6 years ago to save it for posterity and the people of Nuneaton--and from the road it looks very attractive now and is responding to its T.L.C.- and from the castle itself is even more so. Hartshill Draft Neighbourhood Plan – October A Neighbourhood Plan for Hartshill. The Localism Act gives parish councils the power to prepare a statutory Neighbourhood Development Plan. Such a plan will be used to help promote, guide and control development in the local area. Wilson, M., , 'Demystifying Hartshill Castle: recent conservation and research' West Midlands Archaeology Vol. 49 p. Wilson, M., , 'Hartshill Castle and an issue of trust' The Archaeologist Vol. 60 p. Chatwin, P.B., , 'Castles in Warwickshire' Transactions of the Birmingham and Warwickshire Archaeological Society Vol.
The remains of Hartshill Castle, which was originally built during the Medieval period. It is situated on the east side of Hartshill Hayes Country Park. Hartshill Castle Chapel. The remains of a Medieval chapel which was associated with Hartshill Castle. Only two walls of the chapel remain and they are situated to the east of Hartshill Hayes. Hartshill Castle is situated in a commanding position on a ridge running north west-south east. There are stream channels to the west and east of the castle site. It is primarily a motte and bailey castle which was altered prior to the mid 14th century to form an enclosure castle, the standing remains of which are also listed Grade II. Hartshill Castle is located in the village centre, off Castle Road. 12 miles north of Coventry, on the AB The site is on the east side of Hartshill Hayes Country Park and is strictly private, with no public access. The walls are visible from a public footpath, which passes the castle from the road. Car parking is by the side of the road. Books and journals Doubleday, AH, Page, W, The Victoria History of the County of Warwick, (), Pevsner, N, Wedgwood, A, The Buildings of England: Warwickshire, (), Legal This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.