Worcestershire by munki-boy
The remains of a large univallate hillfort, a medieval ringwork, bailey and pillow mound situated in a commanding position on the Beacon and Millennium Hills, west of the River Severn.
British Camp Reservoir on the lower slopes of the British Camp Hillfort.
Grade II* listed Eastnor Obelisk was constructed in 1812 in the estate of Eastnor Castle to commemorate John Lords Somers and other members of his family.
The name Malvern is derived from the ancient British or old Welsh moel-bryn, meaning 'Bare or Bald Hill'.
The Hermit's Cave, Giant's Cave or Clutter's Cave or Waum's Cave as it is variously known is a small quarry into a rock outcrop formed from precambrian pillow lava now found up on the hills near British Camp hillfort.
The Malvern Hills are a prominent range of hills dominating the much flatter landscape to the East and giving excellent views towards the higher ground of the Welsh border.
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