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Hi Peeps

Living in sunny old Blackpool theres not much in the way of Megalithic culture this way. However a little snooping around in my area has revealed quite a bit. the poulton Elk was found not far from my dorrstep along with ancient burials, skulls and an iron age boat have all been found in the surrounding pete mosses and bogs.
I also came across references to a place called Warbreck Hill this is the highest point on the Fylde coast and stands in the middle of our town covered in roads and topped with a water tower!
The references brief as they were suggest this hill once had an iron age hillfort and a possible R*man camp does anyone have any info on this or indeed a Translation of the name Warbreck?
thanks in advance.



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30th August 2005ce

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