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Sheriff Hutton Castle

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The Yorkshire village of Sheriff Hutton is perhaps best known for its wonderful parish church, containing the tomb of Edward of Middleham, son of Richard III. Just beside the church is a Norman castle mound, and at the other end of the village stand the ruins of Sherrif Hutton Castle, a late 14th century stone fortification erected by John, Lord Neville. The castle is on private land but a footpath leads around the site, allowing good views of the crumbling walls.

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