Oval late Bronze Age – Iron Age hill fort covering approximately 12½ acres, following the hill contours and defended by a bank, ditch and counterscarp. V-shaped ditch measuring 8.8 m wide and 4.5 m deep. Bank is of the glacis type, low but high on the west side. Possible entrances to the east and west. Ditch and part of counterscarp still visible.
Possible circular building inside of the fort. Finds include Saxon pottery and animal bones. Medieval ridge and furrow earthworks.
3-1C BC Occupied. Pottery finds date from.
1200-700 BC Late Bronze Age: Believed to have been built
18 C Skulls were dug out of the bank when it was levelled. Most of the eastern bank was destroyed.
1856 Excavated: Roman coins and Iron Age pottery found on the site.
19 C Excavated: Reported to being a defended Iron Age settlement.
1954 Aerial photograph showed post holes and pits.