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Arbury Camp / Orchard Park

History of Arbury Camp

A paper published by the Cambridge Antiquarian Society can be found here:

Historic England web site entry can be found here:

Royal Commission 1995:

The road layout of the Orchard park development has tried to preserve the basic shape of the Iron Age site.

The Domesday Book name for Chesterton was ‘Cestretone’, (‘farm by the fortified place’).


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