PHOTO GALLERY: Visitors go back in time at Tickhill Castle

By Sam Cooper | 14/06/2017

PHOTO GALLERY: Visitors go back in time at Tickhill Castle
William Stubbins, Florence Oxley and Lewis Smith on top of the old castle Motte. 170972-1

HUNDREDS of visitors got a rare chance to go back in time at Tickhill Castle.

The Norman-built motte and bailey castle opened its doors for the only time this year on Sunday and members of the Regia Anglorum society held re-enactment shows.

People also enjoyed Norman Tickhill which showed how life was in the late Anglo-Saxon and early Norman times in the town, which was then called Dadsley.

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