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CSG Conference Proceedings  - Site Summaries (pdfs)

CSGJ34 2020: Castles of Ayrshire

A virtual Gazetteer of 28 sites

Old Auchans

Ayr Citadel

Culzean Castle

Dundonald Castle

Seagate Castle

Turnberry Castle


CSG33 2019 Northampton: Castles of the Thames Valley & East Northants.

Berkhamsted

Farthingstone

Bampton

Wallingford     

Oxford & Town walls

Deddington

Rockingham

Barnwell

Woodcroft

Newark on Trent

South Kyme

Tattershall

Bolingbroke

Geddington - Eleanor Cross


CSG32 2018 Cork: Castles of South Munster April 2018


Conference Introduction

Blarney Castle

Castlemartyr

Gallows Hill Motte

Dungarvan

Inchiquin Great Tower

Ightermurragh Fortified House

Barryscourt Castle

Glanworth Castle

Mallow Castle

Kanturk Castle

Kilbolane Castle

Liscarroll Castle

Buttevant Castle and Town

Mashanaglass Castle

Carrigadrohid Castle


CSG31 2017 Harrogate Conference: Castles of North Yorkshire:

Conference Introduction

Skipton

Middleham

Castle Bolton

Richmond

Sheriff Hutton

Helmsley

Cropton

Pickering

Markenfield Hall

Harewood Castle


CSG30 2016 Hereford Conference: Castles of the Welsh Marches:

Conference Introduction

Brampton Bryan

Clifford

Clun

Goodrich

Hay

Longtown

Ludlow

Lyonshall

Richard’s Castle

Snodhill

Stokesay

Wigmore


CSG29 2015 Wrexham Conference: Castles of North East Wales

Conference Introduction

Caergwrle (Hope) Castle

Hawarden Old Castle

Ewloe Castle

Flint Castle

Rhuddlan Castle

Denbigh Castle

Holt Castle

Ruthin Castle

Castell Dinas Bran  

Tomen y Rhodwydd   


CSG28 2014 Belfast Conference:

Conference Introduction

Carrickfergus

Dromore Motte & Bailey

Clough Motte & Bailey

Dundrum Castle

Downpatrick

Audley’s Castle

Strangford Castle

Kilclief Castle

Killyglen

Ballygally & Carncastle

Red Bay Castle

Castle Carra

Dunluce

Donegal

Tully

Castle Balfour

Castle Caulfield


Journal 34 2020-21 Overview Mottes & Ringworks Ayr Citadel  and Ayr Bay, Ayrshire.  John Slezer’s view of Ayr from NW, showing the citadel and St John’s Church. 1693. (Slezer's Theatrum Scotiae, NLS)