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RADCLIFFE TOWER

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The surviving part of a manor house rebuilt in 1403 with a stone-built hall and two towers. By 1781 it was a two storeyed timber house with one ruinous tower. The house was demolished in the 19th century, leaving the tower standing. It was later used as a pig sty before being restored. Amateur excavations on the site have revealed the presence of a moat.

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