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Casterley Camp


<b>Casterley Camp</b>Posted by ChanceImage © Sir Richard Colt Hoare Cir.1810
Nearest Town:Devizes (14km WNW)
OS Ref (GB):   SU115535 / Sheet: 184
Latitude:51° 16' 47.9" N
Longitude:   1° 50' 6.36" W

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There was a belief that a gold chair was buried in the ramparts. Another old story says that Upavon village was originally sited at Casterley Camp. pure joy Posted by pure joy
26th March 2003ce


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When this Iron Age hillfort was excavated four human burials and 14 red deer antlers were apparently found, which seems slightly unusual. pure joy Posted by pure joy
26th March 2003ce