'The Battlefield of Pilleth, 1402.'

Sat 25th Jan 2014

Walk Details:

Event Type
Group Walk
Region / Area
Wales / Mid Wales
Local Group
Start Time
Knighton /Tref y Clawdd - c.p. (with toilets) in Bowling Green Lane, off Bridge Street, A4113, at the E edge of the town

Down Offa's Dyke; Whitton, across the Lugg; Pilleth; N to Bailey Hill and return E along Glyndwr's Way

General Notes
The Battle: In June 1402 a force led by Owain Glyndwr decisively defeated Edmund Mortimer and his Herefordshire tenants and followers, 800 of whom were killed. The English had advanced from the E and attacked the Welsh who held Brynglas Hill above the ancient church and holy well of Pilleth
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