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Place Wood Ringwork Southwick
SU 635-092 Hampshire England

Place Wood RingworkPlace Wood Ringwork is an earth and timber ringwork and bailey fortress, probably dating from the 11th or 12th century. Standing on a slight spur to the north of a Roman road, the oval earthwork platform is crowned by a defensive bank and encased by a ditch. An adjoining eastern quadrilateral bailey platform is encased by a bank and ditch but its western end is partially destroyed. Here are the brick foundations of a modern park keeper's lodge, with the bailey defences cut by a ha-ha and a park boundary ditch. A mile south is Pinsley Motte.

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Place Wood Ringwork is located north-east of Southwick, off Back Lane. 6 miles north of Portsmouth, on the M275-B2177.

The site is freely accessible in daylight hours.

Car parking is by the side of the road.

Place Wood Ringwork pictures and large castle map
Place Wood Ringwork Picture 1Place Wood Ringwork Picture 2Place Wood Ringwork Picture 3Castle Map of the Area

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