as the final stand against the romans ,this fort holds the drama associated with imperial conquest sedately in amongst the ramparts and sheep who now regularly graze there.
a car park is a significant distance from the monument but the effort of climbing up is a reward as the view of the surrounding town and rolling hills show why the fort was placed here as a defendable position.
as the largest of the bronze age hill forts , it is a must visit for those interested in ancient history.
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