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QUEEN ELEANORS BOWER

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The remains of a ringwork known as Queen Eleanor's Bower, located on a knoll near the foot of the south western side of Haughmond Hill. The knoll seems to have been artificially steepened to create a conical mound. The top of the ringwork is triangular in shape and a stony bank runs around its edge.

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