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Willis Hill


<b>Willis Hill</b>Posted by IkeImage © Ike
This site is of disputed antiquity. If you have any information that could help clarify this site's authenticity, please post below or leave a post in the forum.
Nearest Town:Chepstow (3km NE)
OS Ref (GB):   ST505920 / Sheets: 162, 172
Latitude:51° 37' 26.82" N
Longitude:   2° 42' 54.51" W

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<b>Willis Hill</b>Posted by Ike <b>Willis Hill</b>Posted by Ike <b>Willis Hill</b>Posted by Ike


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'Visited' 20.6.10.
I drove past this site on the way to Runston Chapel (CADW site). Driving along the lane to the south, the small conical hill is easily seen. Time was against me and it looked like one of those sites which are best viewed from a distance anyway, so I decided not to walk up the hill and settled for a view from the road.
Posted by CARL
21st June 2010ce

Possible barrow ? Ike Posted by Ike
2nd April 2006ce


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Disputed Antiquity
The National Monument Record decribes a 'roughly oval' enclosure of unknown age on Willis Hill, but no mention is made of a barrow.
Posted by TMA Ed
2nd April 2006ce