|other names||Dunshelt Plantation|
|Date||Probably Iron Age|
|OS grid ref||NO 24620 10153|
|Latitude & longitude||56°16'40"N 3°13'8"W|
|HES Scheduled monument designation details|
|Reference: SM809||Date added: 14/10/1935|
Prehistoric domestic and defensive: fort (includes hill fort and promontory fort)
Earthwork, probably iron age (but possibly much later) on curiously low-lying ground, about 42m. by 26m. within as many as four ramparts and ditches with an average of more than 9m. between the two outer banks, though much of the NE perimeter has been destroyed. SE entrance. The 13.5m. diameter annular bank in the middle is probably later.