Restoration of Castles
The building of castles in Great Britain only really started towards the end of the Middle Ages. Whilst there are examples of castles still in good order there are many where only ruins remain, giving us valuable information about how they were originally set out and constructed. Examples of Croft's work on castles include the following schemes:
The original Wilton Castle is thought to be a Motte and Bailey structure dating from before the Norman Conquest.
Powis castle survives as a captivating example of a military stronghold which was preserved and renewed by continual occupation.