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WAYTEMORE CASTLE

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Earthwork remains of a late 11th century motte and bailey castle situated north of the town on the east bank of the River Stort. The building foundations of a shell keep are dated to the 12th century. Excavations uncovered Medieval buildings in the bailey apparently made with Roman material, Roman coins were also found. A Roman villa may be located in the vicinity of the castle. Scheduled.

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