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Warham Camp Norfolk
« on: February 21, 2012, 04:41:27 »

Warham Camp Norfolk

Warham Camp Norfolk are monstrous double banked circular earthworks that anywhere else other than Norfolk would be an iron age hillfort but as Norfolk is flatish they are not on top of a hill so had to be called Warham Camp.

Which does beg the question, is Warhamp even a hillfort to start with? Are the other great earthworks "hillforts" in Norfolk forts? Are the hillforts found elsewhere in the country hillforts? Or were they original designed for some other purpose that required the shapes and banks?


Warham Camp or Hillfort Norfolk - aerial view

Warham is very large considering it was built by hand but it is hidden away behind the hedges as the great double ditch banks/ramparts/walls go down into the Norfolk chalk land around it.


Warham Camp entrance and size - buildings are very large farm sheds


Warham Hill Fort Norfolk and the double ditches or ramparts or banks



Warham Camp Norfolk ancient earth structure

The 2 images above show the tops of the inner bank and the flat central area. They also show how Warham is not a hillfort.

Warham Camp is found on the Cromer Ridge (geological feature) but most importantly I feel it is beside the River Stiffkey, an ancient chalk stream. A number of the great Norfolk history and sacred buildings are found by chalk streams, Sandringham and Abbeys etc.



The River Stiffkey also goes beside Fiddlers Hill at Warham, which is said to be an ancient Burial Mound but has shared features with Burnt Mounds found elsewhere in England.

Also in the area are clear signs of the mysterious Norfolk Shrieking Pits or what are likely to be Carolina Bays in an Electric Universe.



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Warham Camp Norfolk (Hillfort) - location, parking and entrance pathway
« Reply #1 on: February 21, 2012, 06:41:52 »

Warham Camp Norfolk (Hillfort) - location, parking and entrance pathway


Warham Camp Norfolk location and coordinates

Warham Camp Norfolk - the large earth hillfort in Norfolk is not easy to find by looking for it. before you you needed to look on Google Earth or have a good map. Now you can use GPS so it is much easier but when you get to Warham Hillfort you still will not be able to see it!


Warham Camp  location of path when parking or walking or hiking

Warham Camp is down a short track off the main tarmac road but the hedge lane has a gate across it so you can not drive down. People park in front of the gate but their are notices about car theft for this spot. What a lovely world we now live in.

Warham Camp Norfolk entrance and sort of car parking area
52°55'51.09"N
0°53'43.99"E


Warham Camp car parking and lane entrance is on the right of this image

There is a church and pub within walking distance so you might want to park their if you dont fancy taking the risk.

If you are walking or hiking to it across the fields then Warham Camp is located at these coordinates
52°55'48.68"N
0°53'25.21"E




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Warham Hillfort Norfolk - official information
« Reply #2 on: February 23, 2012, 00:58:55 »

Warham Hillfort Norfolk - official information


Warham Camp official information


Warham Hillfort Camp official information


Hill Forts (Camps) locations in Norfolk


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River Stiffkey Norfolk (Chalk stream)
« Reply #3 on: February 23, 2012, 02:34:08 »
River Stiffkey Norfolk (Chalk stream)


River Stiffkey Norfolk (Chalk stream) located beside and part of Warham Camp

One of the interesting things about chalk streams and rivers in England is that you find a remarkably similar ecosystem around them and they can look very similar to each other. Even if the surrounding area and supposed geology and history is very different.

Is this because the river creates its own energy, Morphic field that encourages and creates the life forms around it?


River Stiffkey Norfolk (Chalk stream) Warham Hill Fort


Norfolks chalk streams - trout rivers - Stiffkey


North Norfolk chalk streams - River Stiffkey



Stiffkey River or Stream beside Fiddlers Hill Burial Mound or Burnt Mound, Norfolk
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