The castle at Acton Burnell was
built at the end of the 13th
century by Robert Burnell,
Bishop of Bath and Wells and
Lord Chancellor of England. It is
thought that the first proper
meeting of Parliament, called by
the members themselves rather
than at the behest of the King,
was held in a barn just next to
the castle. There were obviously
many merchants amongst the
members, as the first statute
passed agreed that debtors
should accept, when taking a
loan, that they must pay their
debts within a set time.
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