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View of the poor house from the wall walk. A poorhouse was originally set up inside the castle walls in the 17th century in what was once the castle's Great Hall. That poor house was forced to close, but this poor house was built here in The castle itself was built by the Earl of Norfolk in after Henry II had his residence dismantled.

It was at the centre of the struggle between the Bigod barons and the Crown. Mary Tudor gathered her supporters here in before being crowned Queen.

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