Bronze plaque № 29919 in Scarborough

The Manor of Northstead held by Richard III stood on this site. Stewardship of the Manor disqualifies a Member of Parliament and, like the Stewardship of the Chiltern Hundreds, may be awarded to a Member who wishes to resign. The plaque was unveiled by Lord Martin Fitzalan-Howard of Brockfield Hall, York to mark the visit of Richard III to Scarborough in June 1484 to review his fleet and subsequently grant a charter to the town. 3rd June 1984. ‘loyalty binds me’
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