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Tute Hill Cockermouth
NY 124-308 Cumbria England

Tute HillTute Hill is an early to mid 12th century earthwork motte, possibly founded by Waldeve, son of Gospatric, earl of Dunbar. The steep sided flat-topped ditchless oval mound is the predecessor to Cockermouth Castle but the position of its bailey has been lost. Standing on a plateau, which overlooks the confluence of the Rivers Cocker and Derwent, the earthen motte was previously thought to be a Tumulus, a windmill mound or a natural feature.

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Tute Hill is located in Cockermouth, off Castlegate. 25 miles south-west of Carlisle, on the A595.

The site is freely accessible in daylight hours.

Car parking is by the side of the road.

Click here for a motte picture Tute Hill Picture and a castle map of the area Castle Map of the Area

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