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Malvern Hills
View from the Herefordshire Beacon (British Camp)
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  • British camp is an Iron Age Hill fort dating from circa 200 BC. It covers 32 acres of the Herefordshire beacon.
  • Popular legend has it that the British chiefton Caractacus was captured by the Romans at British camp.
  • The Herefordshire Beacon is 338 metres high.
  • Running along the ridge from British Camp is the 13th century Red Earl's Dyke, which was a shire ditch built by the Earl of Gloucester.
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