Chew Green camp - NT 7882 0843
A very substantial set of Roman camps, with other enclosures and a fortlet on the east side whose ramparts are shown above. The earliest camp is the large, southern one, parts of whose northern ramparts lie under those of the later, northern camp. A third, very prominent camp has been built inside the southern camp. There is also a later, multi-ramparted, fortlet built over its eastern side. To the south of this are curved enclosures that may have defined wagon parks. Medieval settlement in the area has complicated the Roman structures with additional dykes and enclosures. It’s been suggested that the rectangular outline in the centre of the fortlet is the ruin of a medieval chapel, but the evidence for this is unreliable.