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A rear view of Hay Castle. The ruin of the Norman keep of the original stone castle, attached to the mansion which dates from the 1660s. A fire in 1939 badly damaged the eastern end of the mansion in 1939, and it now stands in a ruined state attached to the intact western end. The Hay Castle Trust, formed in 2011, now owns the site and has plans to preserve and restore the castle and mansion.

Hay Castle tower and mansion
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