3 edition of Hill forts of the Stour Valley found in the catalog.
Hill forts of the Stour Valley
David E. C. Jardine
|Statement||David E.C. Jardine ; illustrations by the author.|
|Series||Bournemouth local studies publications -- no. 180|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||60|
Starting in the village of Longstock, this walk takes in the Iron Age site of Danebury Hill Fort. You will walk along gently rolling hills, parkland and through the valley of the River Test. Note that there is a stretch along a busyish country road. Distance – miles Time – miles. Stour Valley Nature Reserve is on the north-west edge of Bournemouth. A ranger team is based there, at Kingfisher Barn Visitor Centre, near Granby Road car reserve still has its Green Flag and includes a two mile stretch of riverside footpath, meadows, hedgerows and woodland.. There is an arboretum filled with interesting trees, which are labelled and form part of a trail. HILL-FORTS. Eight earthworks in the area covered by this Volume are classified as hill-forts. These, with one possible exception, Woolsbarrow, Bloxworth (44), all belong to the Iron Age. Bindon, W. Lulworth (53), is not a true hill-fort but has some comparable features and can be regarded as a gigantic promontory enclosure of the same period. The 10 best walking festivals in Britain for ancient hill forts, spring-blooming valleys and cosy country pubs. a four-day hike along the Stour Valley Path, which cuts right through.
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The hill-forts may Hill forts of the Stour Valley book have been used at times of unrest, but the seventh century was basically peaceful in this area and small homesteads and villages were built on the higher banks above the Stour and on the smaller hilltops Hill forts of the Stour Valley book the area.
Oldnall sits high above the Stour Valley on the eastern boundary of the parish and manor of Pages: Hambledon Hill is a prehistoric hill fort in Dorset, England, situated in the Blackmore Vale five miles northwest of Blandford Forum.
The hill itself is a chalk outcrop, on the southwestern corner of Cranborne Chase, separated from the Dorset Downs by the River Stour.
It is owned by the National TrustLocation: North Dorset, Dorset, England, UK. Hod Hill (or Hodd Hill) is a large hill fort in the Blackmore Vale, 3 miles (5 km) north-west of Blandford Forum, Dorset, fort sits on a m ( ft) chalk hill of the same name that lies between the adjacent Dorset Downs and Cranborne hill fort at Hambledon Hill is just to the north.
The name probably comes Hill forts of the Stour Valley book Old English "hod", meaning a shelter, though "hod" could Location: Blackmore Vale, Dorset, England.
Maiden Castle is one of the largest hill forts in Europe.   Photograph taken in by Major George Allen (–).
The first known settlement of Dorset was by Mesolithic hunters, who returned to Britain at a time when it was still attached to Europe by a land-bridge, aro BC. A Hill forts of the Stour Valley book apt stretch of scenery to glorify was the Stour River Valley.
The Stour rises in eastern Cambridgeshire and flows 47 miles to the North Sea near Harwich, passing some of the loveliest views of riparian farmland in England.
Two artists poised to capture the Stour River Valley perfectly were Thomas Gainsborough () and John. Buy Iron Age Hillforts in Britain and Beyond by Harding, Dennis (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(3).
The Stour Valley Path is a 60 mile route following the Hill forts of the Stour Valley book sides of the River Stour through the beautiful Suffolk, Essex and Cambridgeshire countryside, including the Dedham Vale AONB.
A public Hill forts of the Stour Valley book itinerary pack 'Days Out Along the Stour Valley Path' has been developed to allow walkers to do the path in stretches and take a bus or. Hotels near Stour Valley Arts: ( mi) Travelodge Ashford Town Centre ( mi) Premier Inn Ashford (Eureka Leisure Park) hotel ( mi) Ashford International Hotel ( mi) Travelodge Ashford ( mi) Sue and Jim's B and B; View all hotels near Stour Valley Arts on Tripadvisor4/5(11).
For a real splurge, book a table at Le Talbooth in Dedham ( ) in a 16th-century timbered building on the banks of the Stour. Expect candlelight, attentive service and. Stour Valley Community School - Clare, Clare, Suffolk. 1, likes talking about this. year old educational establishmentFollowers: K.
The river's valley makes up part of the Stour Valley Walk, a fifty one mile walking path which traverses Kent's Low Weald and the Kent Downs.
The River Stour’s estuary is situated on the county of Kent’s second largest catchment basin at Pegwell Bay on the Strait of Dover situated in the North Sea. A Guide to the Hill-Forts of Britain, Paladin: London Jardine, David E.C., Hill Forts of the Stour Valley, Bournemouth Local Studies Publications Jesson, Margaret & Hill, David (eds.), The Iron Age and its Hillforts, Southampton University Stour Valley Fishing Complex, Chartham.
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Three rings of ditch and bank defences etch the crowns of hills. GCSE students at Stour Valley Community School study the Oxford and Cambridge Examinations Board Schools History Project course.
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Original Stour Valley Path: with complete guide to the Stour Valley Way (Green Fields Books - ) Maps: You can use the interactive controls to zoom in and out and to move around the map, or click on a path or a marker for more info.(interactive map help).
About the Stour Valley The River Stour rises near the village of Lenham, passing through rural landscapes and urban centres on its way to the English Channel at Pegwell Bay.
The river’s lower reaches (downstream of Fordwich) are tidal. It has Kent’s second largest catchment area (after the River Medway). This catchment is extremely diverse in its [ ]. Dorset (pronounced 'DOR-sit' or [dɔ.sət], and sometimes in the past called Dorset shire) is a county in the south-west of England, on the English Channel coast.
The county town is Dorchester, situated in the south of the county at 50°43′00″N, 02°26′00″n its extreme points Dorset measures 50 miles (80 km) from east to west and 40 miles (64 km) north to south, and has an area Admin HQ: Dorchester.
The next objective for Vespasian was to advance northwest up the Stour Valley to neutralise the four hill forts of Badbury Rings, Spettisbury Rings, Hambledon Hill and Hod Hill. This achieved, his right flank and rear would therefore be better protected as the main body of.
The Stour Valley Path Guide. The Stour Valley Path guide has just been released. The new walker’s guide for the 60 mile path from Newmarket near the source of the River Stour through the Dedham Vale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty to Cattawade where the river joins the estuary.
Published by Dedham Vale AONB, in full colour. Stour Valley Way National Trail goes across the hill Please ensure that when visiting Hambledon Hill on horseback that horses remain on the bridleways.
Hambledon Hill is a protected ancient monument and an important site for archaeology and on: Child Okeford, DT11 8HD, Dorset. Trenches and banks of Bronze Age hill forts still stand, enclosing circular hut foundations, dug in to fend off the wind.
Many of my “Wessex Tales” are set along the valley of North Dorset’s River Stour—a valley that threads between ancient hill forts.
Wessex Tales are set in and around a ten-mile stretch of Dorset’s Stour Valley between Blandford and Sturminster Newton. My forty stories extend the name ‘Okeford’, which covers three villages.
I apply Okeford as a generic name to the larger region. Dorset’s River Stour at low water, looking downstream from Hayward Bridge to theFile Size: 6MB. The Stour Valley Way at Muscliff The path uses public rights of way and permitted paths to follow the course of the River Stour.
About 3 miles (5 km) from Stourton, beyond White Cross, the path crosses briefly to the Somerset bank of the river where it intersects the east-west Monarch's Way footpath, then enters Dorset north of Bourton.
A short circular walk, with some steep ascents, taking in Park Hill Camp Iron Age hill fort and returning along Six Wells Valley.
During spring the woodlands are carpeted in bluebells. Look and listen out for nuthatches, tree creepers, and long tailed tits. Park Hill Camp is an Iron Age hill fort. The Spread Eagle Inn is on the Stourhead estate which features a Palladian mansion and world-famous landscape lake & garden.
Secluded in its own private valley, Stourhead features one of the world's finest landscape gardens. The 18th-century design centres on the magnificent lake, surrounded by classical temples, enchanting grottos and rare and. Book campsites near Loose Reins.
Thorncombe Farm Dorchester A charming Dorset campsite overlooking the beautiful Stour valley and a short walk from both the river and the market town of Wimborne Minster.
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The Stour Valley Path is split into 10 sections of varying lengths with clear Ordnance Survey based mapping and points of interest to help you enjoy your walk. Each section has a route card and includes a general description of the route, a map based on the scale, with the Stour Valley Path marked on it and information on points of.
Then why not climb the steps to the top of King Alfred's Tower, an amazing red-brick folly, for vistas over Dorset, Somerset and Wiltshire, or explore one of our Iron Age hill forts. We also have a large National Trust shop and restaurant, as well as an art gallery, pub, ice /5(K).
Ingram Ingram Village. INGRAM is a small village situated on the edge of the Northumberland National has existed since pre-Saxon times and sits in the Breamish Valley where the River Breamish widens out into fields and haughland.
The Breamish Valley (and Ingram in particular) is renowned for its natural beauty and sites of archaeological and historical significance. Follow the River Stour from Newmarket to Cattawade on this delightful walk through East Anglia.
The walk passes through a series of pretty riverside towns and villages including Little Thurlow, Kedlington, Clare and the Clare Castle Country Park, Long Melford (with Melford Hall and Kentwell Hall), Sudbury, Nayland and will also pass through the Dedham Vale AONB, an area which.
The River Stour enters the county in the north and winds its way through the countryside on its way to the sea at Christchurch. Much of North Dorset is in the River Stour Valley, known as the Blackmore Vale. the hill forts of Hambledon Hill and Hod Hill.
Cranborne Chase and the West Wiltshire Downs has been designated an Area of Outstanding. Christchurch High Street. Close up of Square House (Tithe No ). Square House C – See Allen Whites book on Christchurch High Street page 4 and his book on ‘Square House’, this photograph used on page Caption reads ‘The Porch showing removed for war salvage in This page was last edited on 30 Juneat Files are available under licenses specified on their description page.
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A walk along the valley of the River Stour from the source, passing through a varied landscape, and taking in downland, woodland, orchards, hop gardens. The Stour meanders sleekly onwards and cuts into Hod Hill, site of both Iron Age and Roman forts, the latter built neatly within the north-west corner of the earlier defences.
The river cliff at Hod Hill is one of the Stour’s finest: it has been cut by the Stour eating into the western slopes of Hod Hill, although erosive activity seems to be. Dorset (pronounced Dorsit, pdf in the past called Dorsetshire) is a county in the southwest of England, on the English Pdf county town is Dorchester, situated in the south of the county at 50° 43'00?N, 02° 26'00?n its extreme points Dorset measures 50 miles (80 km) from east to west and 40 miles (64 km) north to south, and has an area of 1, square miles (2,Stour Valley Way Pubs/Cafes.
On the route you could stop at The Spread Eagle Inn on the Stourhead Estate for some refreshments. The eighteenth-century inn offers lunches, snacks, evening meals, cakes, tea and coffee, as well as a great selection of wines, beers, and gins.twenty ebook forts, before they were finally subdued by the ebook legion under Vespasian.
There is a regular ring of Belgic settlements encircling Bourne. mouth, stretching from Hamworthy (22) and Sterte (20) in the west, then northwards by Corfe Mullen (2) and Kinson (4), (8) and (49), down the Stour Valley (9) and (1 r) to Hengistbury (17).