|County||Shropshire (13 castles)||Categories||Stone|
|Remains||Small amount survives||Access||Only open at certain times|
|Location||52.71092,-2.75189||Directions||Directions via Google Maps|
Henry I brought several charges against Robert of Belleme. Robert resisted Henry but finally surrendered at Shrewsbury Castle. Robert was exiled.
The castle at Shrewsbury was granted by Henry to his second wife Adeliza. The command of the castle was given to Fitz-Alan.
Stephen captured the castle at Shrewsbury. Henry (II) would capture back the castle before the end of Stephen's reign.
David the brother of Llywelyn was handed over to the king by his own supporters who had already surrendered. He was taken to Shrewsbury Castle where a Parliament met and sentenced him to death by execution.
The king assembled an army at Shrewsbury Castle in preparation to fight Owain Glyndwr.
Henry IV managed to reach Shrewsbury just before Hotspur arrived and the rebel army had to camp outside the town to the north. The battle lasted all day but it ended when Hotspur was killed.