A CASTLE will be opened up to the public for the only time this year next month.
The Norman-built motte and bailey castle at Tickhill will open its doors on Sunday, June 11, from 2pm to 4.30pm.
People will be able to view the remains of the monument and stroll around the spacious grounds.
They will also be able to enjoy Norman Tickhill which will show how life was in the late Anglo-Saxon and early Norman times in the town, which was then called Dadsley.
Admission to the castle will cost £3 for adults or £1.50 for children.
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