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The Harry Hotspur statue at Alnwick Castle, commemorating one of the most famous knights in English history, Henry (Harry) Percy, son of the 1st Earl of Northumberland, was dubbed ‘Hotspur’ because of his impetuousness at riding into battle. Born at Alnwick around 1364, he died at the Battle of Shrewsbury on July 21st 1403.
Lilburns is a family run business based on Paikes Street Alnwick Northumberland. Well known for its fabulous food which is all sourced locally, Lilburns has a reputation that speaks for itself.
Bailiffgate Museum and Gallery is a people’s Museum, where fascinating stories of the past are told about the town and district of Alnwick.
The centre of town is the market place, with its market cross, and the relatively modern Northumberland Hall, used as a meeting place. Surrounding the market place are the main shopping streets: Narrowgate, Fenkle Street, and Bondgate Within. The last of these is a wide road fronted by commercial buildings. Bondgate Within has a plethora of coffee shops, tea rooms, boutiques, an art gallery, ice cream parlour and quirky gift shops and home furnishings.
People from the town and its surrounding district have been coming to Alnwick Markets for hundreds of years to buy and sell and exchange news with traders and acquaintances. On Market days you can buy local produce, find a bargain and enjoy the genial atmosphere in the Market Place.
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