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Ancient, Roman, Saxon

British Camp, Herefordshire Beacon Aerial photograph looking west

Ancient Britons

The Stone, Bronze and Iron Ages preceded the Roman invasion of Britain in 43 AD and clues to the lives of the Ancient Britons are still being discovered.

Burial mounds called barrows are the the oldest architectural built heritage in England (3800 BC and 3500 BC). See Soulton Long Barrow near Wem in Shropshire and Round Barrows in the Shropshire Hills.

British Camp in the Malvern Hills is the site of an Iron Age hillfort and nearby, the Midsummer Hill fort with more than 480 hut platforms. Croft Ambrey Hillfort is on the Croft Castle estate, Herefordshire and Kinver Camp Iron Age fort at Kinver Edge, Staffordshire, overlooks 18th century sandstone rock houses.

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Castles

Evesham

Shropshire Hills

Alcester

Roman history

Clun Castle

Ruins & border town

Clun Green Man

Shropshire festival (May)

Croft Castle

Parkland and a hillfort

Malvern Hills

The sleeping dragon

Moreton-in-Marsh

On the Roman Fosse Way

Rollright Stones

Megalithic monuments

Wenlock Priory

Top topiary!

The Staffordshire Hoard

Anglo-Saxon gold stash!

Well Dressing

Ancient Peak District custom

Wroxeter Roman City

Baths for 5000

Text © Alison Plummer

Images by Andy Dolman, Arthur's stone cc-by-sa/2.0 - © andy, Richard Bird