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STOCKPORT CASTLE

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A Motte and bailey first mentioned in 1173 when Geoffrey de Costentyn held it against Henry II. It was ruinous when Leland visited the town between 1535 and 1543. Mentioned during the civil war it was finally levelled in 1775 by Sir George Warren. Evidence of the revetted bailey still exists.

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