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Thurnham Castle ruins

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Location type: Ruin
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Thurnham Castle or Godard’s Castle is situated to the north of the village of Thurnham.

It is a 12th century flint-built castle constructed by Robert de Thurnham in the reign of Henry II on a hill on the edge of the North Downs. One side of the bailey wall still stands 10 foot high and originally it enclosed an area of about a quarter of an acre. There is no visible stonework on the large motte.

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