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Ivington Camp



From "Hereforshire Register of Countryside Treasures" (1981) H&W CC:

"Area within mainly natural contour defences of this early Iron-Age fort is about 24 acres, and, with outworks, camp covers about 48 acres, but over the years has suffered from ploughing and quarrying. Original entrances are at SE and NE ends. Apart from double ramparts, a very substantial inner one rises about 20ft above the enclosure in one place. Unusual feature is berm forming walkway along much of its length.

This is one of the most impressive hillforts in the County."

Access to the fort is via bridleways running from Ivington (to the NW) or Brierly (to the NE).
thesweetcheat Posted by thesweetcheat
21st January 2009ce

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