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HAUGHMOND HILL CAMP

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The site of an Iron Age univallate hill fort which takes advantage of steep natural slopes in the west, a former marsh in the east and a natural ridge to the north. The site measures about 200m east to west and 110m north to south with an inturned entrance on the southern edge.

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