Civil War Redoubt 580m Ene of Sugar Refinery


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Post Medieval

Data Source

English Heritage

County Council

Nottinghamshire County Council

District Council

Newark and Sherwood District Council



Parliamentary Constituency


Grid Reference

SE799799 (479928, 355416)

WGS84 Coordinates

53.0897, -0.806394

Nearest Postcode

NG24 2EE

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A Civil War redoubt constructed by the Parliamentarian forces besieging Newark. It consists of earthwork ditches originally defining a sub-rectangular enclosure circa 85 metres by 35 metres internally which is interpreted as a redoubt. The monument is clearly depicted on two contemporary plans showing the fieldworks of the Royalist and Parliamentary forces, the latter attributing it to the Scottish army under the Earl of Leven who formed a part of the Parliamentarian forces engaged in the third and final seige between November 1645 and May 1646. The location of the monument in close proximity to the west bank of the River Trent and two other Parliamentarian redoubts suggests that it was constructed to prevent incursions onto the island between the two courses of the Trent, whist being intended to operate in conjunction with other fieldworks to provide overlapping fields of fire. Scheduled.

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