Coordinates: Drakelow Hillfort, is a small multivallate Iron Age hillfort, located on a promontory (known as Drakelow Hill) at the southern end of Kinver Edge, in the civil parish of Wolverley and Cookley, Worcestershire. The hillfort is a scheduled ancient monument.
- Historic England (10 October 1995). "Small multivallate hillfort on Drakelow Hill, 250m west of Solcum Farm (1010721)". National Heritage List for England. Retrieved 16 July 2012.
- SCS staff (4 February 2002), Archaeological Investigations Project 2000 Post-Determination & Non-Planning Related Projects: West Midlands: Worcestershire (PDF), School of Conservation Sciences: Bournemouth University
- Miller, D; Jones, L (2001), Archaeological Watching Brief at Drakelow Hillfort, Wolverley and Cookley, Worcestershire (Report 893), Worcester: Worcestershire County Council Archaeological Service
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