Hamble Common Camp

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Hamble Common Camp
Hamble Common - geograph.org.uk - 150636.jpg
Hamble Common Camp is located in Hampshire
Hamble Common Camp
Shown within Hampshire
Coordinates50°51′05″N 1°19′02″W / 50.8515°N 1.3172°W / 50.8515; -1.3172Coordinates: 50°51′05″N 1°19′02″W / 50.8515°N 1.3172°W / 50.8515; -1.3172
PeriodsIron Age
Site notes
Public accessYes

Hamble Common Camp is the site of an Iron Age promontory hillfort located in Hampshire. The fort is located on Hamble common on a peninsular of land formed between Southampton Water and the River Hamble.[1] The site was later occupied by St Andrews castle, one of the Device Forts built by King Henry VIII.


The site is located at grid reference SU482061, and lies to the south of the village of Hamble-le-Rice