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Nesscliffe Hill Camp



The Shropshire Walking website supports the idea that the naturally well protected corner of the fort, Oliver's Point, is named after Cromwell - and apparently the round holes are brought into the story too: they're said to be holes made by his soldiers to secure their cannons. Hmmm... you never know, but it sounds like a tall story to me.... Rhiannon Posted by Rhiannon
17th February 2009ce
Edited 17th February 2009ce

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