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BOSSALL HALL

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A house built before 1644 and rebuilt in the mid 18th century, lying within an earthwork moat. During the 14th century the moat was occupied by quadrangular castle, few traces of which survive above ground. Only the foundations of the curtain wall are visible, appearing as earth-covered banks at the edge of the moat. The brick bridge which spans the eastern arm was built in 1808 but stands on the site of an original entrance, the stone footings of which survive. An outer court surrounds three sides of the moated island, with a second, outer, moat beyond.

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