Iron Age Defended Settlement in Camp Plantation, 350m North West of North Charlton Mill
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County Council (Unitary)
Northumberland County Council
SE162162 (416229, 623179)
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Iron Age univallate defensive enclosure in Camp Plantation surviving as an earthwork. The site is roughly triangular in shape measuring 125m by 113m. The south side is naturally protected by a steap bank to the streem. The bank on the north side is 12m wide and 4m high and on the south east side 1.5m to 3m high. There are two entrances one to the south and one to the north. Internally there is a linear bank of earth and stones 3m wide and 0.4m high which runs into the centre of the enclosure. Scheduled.
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