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Richmond Days Out

Richmond Castle

Tower Street, Richmond, DL10 4QW

The Castle that now dominates the market town of Richmond, was originally founded in 1071 by the Normans, following William the Conquerors victory over King Harold.

During the 14th Century, the castles walls were extended to protect more of the town, as raids from the Scottish posed a serious threat.

Richmond is one of only three castles dating as far back as the 11th Century, the others can be found in Durham, and Colchester.

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Easby Abbey

Richmond, DL10 7EU

The Abbey was originally built around 1152, the abbey was home to a group of monks, whom, through the choice of their White habits, became known as the White Canons.

The White Canons lived a simple and austere life, though they were in constant danger of raids from the Scottish. They had to rely on aid from the English army. Though, by the time of Battle of Nevilles Cross, an English army was bellited in the Abbey. As the English army spent most of their time in drunken brawls, they ended up causing as much damaged as the Scots would have.

What is left standing is the remains of the Abbey after a long and difficult history.

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Friary Tower & Gardens

Richmond, DL10 4UJ

As you walk through the Market place up Friars Wynd, it takes you through one of the two remaining medieval gateways. Passed the Georgian theatre to the Friary Gardens where the Greyfriars bell towers still stands.

As you walk through the Market place up Friars Wynd, it takes you through one of the two remaining medieval gateways. Passed the Georgian theatre to the Friary Gardens where the Greyfriars bell towers still stands.

The Greyfriars or Friars Minor, arrival dates back to 1224, when they began to spread their message. By the end of the century they had established some 54 houses across England, in Yorkshire, houses can be found in Beverley, Doncaster, Scarborough and Richmond.

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Catterick Racecourse

The Racecourse Catterick, Catterick, Richmond, DL10 7PE

Catterick Racecourse is a small, friendly course in the heart of North Yorkshire which holds both flat and jump race fixtures throughout the year. The racecourse also serves as a venue for other events year-round.

A day at the races is a wonderful occasion and provides an excellent way to entertain clients, staff, family or friends whilst enjoying the excitement of top quality horse racing.

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Georgian Theatre Royal

Victoria Road, Richmond, DL10 4DW

The Georgian Theatre Royal, Britain's oldest working theatre in its original form, is both a thriving community playhouse and a living theatre museum. The Theatre welcomes visitors of all ages to its hourly guided tours and museum. The museum is a fully accredited museum (MLA) and a Quality Assured Visitor Attraction.

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The Green Howards Museum

Trinity Church Square, Richmond, North Yorkshire, DL10 4QN

The museum is a light, bright, place with loads to discover for all the family and features a range of activities for our younger visitors. The collection includes equipment, artwork, silver, medals (including Victoria Crosses) uniforms and personal items donated to the regiment throughout the centuries

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