Taking the minor roads west from the village of Much Marcle (off the A449) you eventually arrive at the lane which runs immediately to the east of the Hillfort. (Passing a Cider Mill en route) There is room to park outside the field gates.
On the gates were signs stating 'Danger – keep out'. Although quite what the 'danger' was I don't know as all that was there was a grass field.
Up and over the gate and a quick reccie to see what could be seen of the Hillfort?
Initially it looked like not a lot, but then I spotted the tell-tale signs of an earthen bank to the north. It was only when I arrived at the small bank that I noticed that the field I was standing in was considerably higher than the surrounding fields. In fact it was the same height as the hedgerows! This left a drop on the other side of nearly 2 metres.
Looking around the rest of the field I could then see another raised bank to the west, near the trees.
Walking back to the car I also noticed that once again, the field was the same height at the hedgerow. It looked clear to me that the lane I was parked in runs along what were once the eastern defences. A nice little 'discovery'.
Not a lot to see although access is very easy as long as you are prepared to risk the 'danger'!