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SEAFORD CAMP

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A large univallate hillfort dating to the Iron Age situated on a high cliff facing the English Channel. Evidence of Roman occupation was also uncovered on the site. The hill was the site of two Armada beacons in 1587. The fort is scheduled. A World War II military camp was situated over the eastern parts of the fort - see NMR 1523052 for details.

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