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Lesser Robin Hood Sites
from across the Three Ridings
ROBIN HOOD HAMLET
One mile north of Catterick Bridge (224004)
Robin Hood is a small hamlet along the course of the old Great North Road also known as the Roman Road of Dere Street.
ROBIN HOOD BUTTS
Two miles north of Danby, North Riding (712114)
Robin Hood's Butts are three tumuli on Danby Low Moor. There are other tumuli further north on Gerrick Moor, towards Skelton.
ROBIN HOOD'S HOUSE & HILL
Berry Brow, Huddersfield, West Riding (139137)
Berry Brow has long been the site for a house named after Robin Hood on the lower slopes of the prehistoric mound of Castle Hill.
ROBIN HOOD'S HOWL
One mile west of Kirbymoorside, North Riding (682869)
Robin Hood's Howl is a hole or hollow on southern escarpment of the North York Moors.
ROBIN HOOD'S PARK
Robin Hood's Park is four miles south-west of Ripon.
ROBIN HOOD'S TOWER
Richmond Castle, Richmond, North Riding (172007)
This is an 11th century tower projecting from the curtain wall of Richmond Castle. Despite the early date of the structure, the name, unfortunately, appears to be modern.
THORPE SALVIN CHURCH
On a minor road between Worksop to Harthill (521811)
The churchyard here is a little known claimant for the site of Little John's Grave.
Next Stop: Robin Hood's Wells in Yorkshire
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