inner bailey


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inner bailey

inner bailey
A courtyard within the central defenses of a castle.
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Savills expect offers around pounds 2 million; The panelled library with its ornate ceiling, created in distinctive style by well-known 19th century occupants, the Wedgwood family; The main faiade of the Jacobean manor house built on the original inner bailey
This will be followed by a dinner and dancing in a marquee in the Inner Bailey.
County archivist Claire Orr said it had undergone many alterations since it was built in 1820 as an expansion of the old jail located mainly within the castle's inner bailey.
Step through the Lion Arch into Alnwick's Inner Bailey and another, more frightening, memory springs to mind.
Also, a new attraction is planned for the inner bailey of the castle, and will provide an insight into the attack and defence of a castle using Dudley as an example.
The newly-weds will make the short walk back to the castle to a reception held in the State Rooms followed by a dinner and dancing in a marquee in the Inner Bailey.
It was gradually developed into an extensive fortress with an inner bailey of five towers, a great keep, king's hall and chambers, chapels, an exchequer and other buildings and towers.
Also, a new attraction is planned for the inner bailey of the castle, which will provide an exciting insight into the attack and defence of a castle using Dudley as an example.
A later inventory records that the inner bailey housed a garden, horse mill ( vital in time of a siege ( chantry and a school.
In what was once the inner bailey of the pre-Conquest castle complex is now the Green in its own three quarters of an acre of a rare thing in the town - level grounds.