1280s in England
Events from the 1280s in England.
Monarch – Edward I
- 25 April – the last independent Welsh stronghold, Castell y Bere, falls to the English.
- 28 June – a parliament of England summoned to assemble at Shrewsbury Abbey to decide the fate of the captured Dafydd ap Gruffydd is the first to include commoners.
- 3 October – the last ruler of an independent Wales, Prince Dafydd ap Gruffydd, is executed in Shrewsbury, the first prominent person in history to be hanged, drawn and quartered (for the newly created crime of high treason).
- 5 November – an official of Exeter Cathedral, Walter Lechlade, is murdered in its close in a conspiracy ordered by the Dean, John Pycot, and the city's mayor, Alured de Porta.