TQ 545-192 Sussex England
Waldron Ringwork is medieval earth and timber ringwork fortress, with an entrance on the north-east side. The circular platform is encased by inner and outer banks and a deep steeply sloped wet ditch. Formerly interpreted as a moated site, there is an oral tradition that the ringwork supported a chapel and other stone buildings. The ditch is not wide and it was never intended to always be water-filled because there appears to be no supply of water. 10 miles south-east is Herstmonceux Castle and 11 miles south-west is Lewes Castle.
Waldron Ringwork is located west of Waldron, off Moat Lane, in Middle Wood. 16 miles north of Eastbourne, on the A22-A267.
The site is visible from a public footpath, which passes the castle from North Street to Moat Lane.
There is a car park in Waldron.