The fort is near the River Stiffkey, south of the village of Warham. Warham Camp is circular, has a diameter of 212 metres with a 3-metre-high double bank and ditch. It dates to the last few centuries before the Roman invasion of Britain, with evidence of post-occupation activity. The University of East Anglia has described it as the best-preserved hill fort in Norfolk.
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