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Ok. The castle of Warkworth stands on a hill near the Coquet River, approximately a mile from the river's entrance to the North Sea. The castle and moat cover nearly six acres of ground. The castle is a splendid 12th century stone motte and bailey fortress, with an eight-towered keep. The large bailey is enclosed by a curtain wall that is now crumbling, with a 13th century tower at each end.
Thats the introduction, go to this site and click on history which castle:
Warkworth Castle A history of Warkworth Castle. ... The castle of Warkworth stands on a hill near the Coquet River, approximately a mile from the river's entrance to the ...
Some other sites are as follows:
English Castles - Warkworth Castle Warkworth Castle - Dominates the small town Occupying a position close to the River Coquet in Northumberland, Warkworth Castle originated as a mid 12th ...
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do a search on your school's online database. You should be able to find something on it.