I probably wouldn't have visited this site has I not had an English Heritage Pass. It turned out to be a great site. It was interesting and scenic although I have to admit that the aerial photos I've seen give much more of the picture than walking around the site as one can't really appreciate the earthworks at ground level. Still, it's worth a look.
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