Lack of Civility
Old Wardour Castle was built in the 14th century as a lightly fortified luxury residence becoming one of the most daring and innovative homes in Britain. In May 1643 Lady Blanche Arundell, was left to defend the castle after refusing a search for Royalists. After a short siege the castle was threatened with complete destruction and although surrendered, much of it was blown up a year later.
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