Keys to the Past HER: N1546
Grid ref: NT9837726900
Grid ref: NT9845027308

Kettles Hillfort, near Wooler


The Kettles is the earwork remains of an Iron Age and Roman hill fort and settlement near Earle and Wooler in Northumberland.[1] The fort occupies a natural ridge protected on three sides by steep slopes. The hill fort is divided into two sections by triple ramparts. It is close to a seat-like rock called the King’s Chair and to a spring below called the Kettle.[2] It is a Scheduled Monument. 

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The Kettles univallate hillfort and enclosed settlement, 261m north west and 331m south west of King's Chair - List Entry
- "The monument, which falls in two areas, includes a univallate hillfort of Iron Age date, situated on a promontory on the east slope of Kenterdale Hill and an enclosed settlement ...

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The Kettles (Wooler)
- "This is the site of an Iron Age and Roman settlement. A large earthwork stands on a north-west running promontory. The site is divided into two sections by triple ramparts ...

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Marsh below Pin Well

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Kettles hill fort

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