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The facilities include a restaurant, the Tithe Barn and which provides a good range of food.
Following a complete upgrade, the old 'temporary' building has been replaced, the new restaurant incorporating a timber frame taken from a 14th century tithe barn and donated to the Battlefield centre by Derbyshire County Council and the Derbyshire Archaeological Society.
Access is easy from the M1, M6, M42 and M69 and all major roads in the Midlands.
At nearby Shenton until recently there was a so-called death stone, erected to mark the site where, by tradition, Richard was pulled from his horse and killed.
Richard probably undertook some building here as his boar badge can be seen on the slab over an oriel window which was once part of the Great Chamber, now approached by a flight of modern steps on the inside of the curtain wall just south of the Round Tower.
In the northeast section of the curtain wall is the Brackenbury Tower, named after Sir Robert Brackenbury.
Ruins of Barnard Castle Barnard Castle, located on the north bank of the River Tees, is a market town in County Durham which grew up around - and was named for - the castle.
Barnard Castle: This is what remains of a Norman and 14 century castle granted to Richard in 1475 as part of the Neville inheritance.The church was a beneficiary of Society help following damage by a terrorist bomb.