Romano-British Farmstead, 210m South East of Walwick Fell
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County Council (Unitary)
Northumberland County Council
SJ886886 (388643, 570660)
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The earthwork remains of a Romano-British settlement, now turf covered. It consists of a rectangular enclosure measuring 55 metres north-east to south-west by 52 metres north-west to south-east with the interior sub-divided into irregular enclosures containing hut circles. Attached to the north eastern corner of the main settlement is another enclosure containing one hut circle. It is in the process of being severely damaged due to use as a cattle feeding area. A post-medieval field boundary runs though the enclosure north-south.
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