Blithewood Moat, Checkley

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Date:2000

Description:Blithewood moat in winter, showing the raised bank between the double moat. This area is thought to be the site of an 11th century fortified manor house. The site is a rare and unusual example in Staffordshire of a double moated site withan additional moated arm on the eastern side.

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Creators: Mrs Elizabeth Ford (Photographer) - Creator

Donor ref:P2016.001.0012 (37/31861)

Source: Staffordshire Museum Service

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