Visiting Chillingham Castle
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This 12th century stronghold, just twenty minutes from the seaside and the home of Sir Humphry Wakefield and his family, became base-camp for the 1298 conquering attack on William Wallace by â€œHammer of the Scotsâ€, King Edward 1st. Wallace had raided the previous year, burning the women and children to death in the local abbey. The Castle was given permission to add battlements by King Edward III in 1344 (See the actual License in the Castle). The Elizabethans added Long Galleries and Capability Brown designed the park in 1752. The glorious Italian garden was laid out in the 19th century by Sir Jeffrey Wyatville, fresh from his royal triumphs at Windsor Castle. Royal visits from 1200s to this century, and winner of many architectural awards.
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