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Ham Hill


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Photographs and basic information on Ham Hill Country Park in the south of Somerset, England

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Upcoming countryside events advertised on the notice board outside the visitor centre at Ham Hill Country Park in Somerset

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Ham Hill (Hamdon Hill) in the southern part of the county of Somerset, in the West Country is an open access 390 acre Country Park centred on an Iron Age hill fort. Apart from the Iron Age hill fort, Ham Hill, is the site of a Roman fort, deserted medieval village, a stone circle comprising of fifteen huge hamstones, and a splendid pub. Add to this the superb walks, wildflower meadows, woodland, and outstanding views out over the Somerset levels, and you have a must-visit location for any visitor to Somerset.

Places to buy a drink and eat some food in and around Ham Hill: Kings Arms Inn; Phelips Arms

Other visitor attractions in this part of Somerset: Barrington Court; Montacute House

Nearby villages and towns: Barrington; Compton Durville; East Lambrook; Hambridge; Ilminster; Ilton; Kingsbury Episcopi; Martock; Montacute; Seavington St Michael; Shepton Beauchamp; South Petherton; Stocklinch; Yeovil





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"I wonder how many people realise that Prince Charles owns Ham Hill?" Jim, June 2010




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