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Archaeological Site in Uley

Uley Bury

England’s largest Iron Age hill fort, dating from around 300 BC, sprawls across 13 (overgrown) hectares above Uley. A 1.1-mile perimeter track leads around its ramparts, with fabulous views over Uley and the Severn …
House in Uley

Woodchester Mansion

When work on grand, graceful Woodchester Mansion, off the B4066 3 miles north of Uley, was abandoned in the mid-1860s, the roof was on but the house was otherwise incomplete, and it has remained largely untouched ev…
Pub Food in Uley

Old Crown Inn

A romantic vision of the English country pub, nestled on the village green with whitewashed walls and a snug interior, the Old Crown serves old-fashioned meals – ham and chips, steak and ale pie, ploughman’s lunches…
Archaeological Site in Uley

Uley Long Barrow

Just over a mile north of Uley, this well-preserved 37m-long chambered neolithic burial mound dates from 3500BC. The remains of around 15 interments have been unearthed here since the first archaeological digs in th…
Archaeological Site in Uley

Nympsfield Long Barrow

This 5000-year-old oval-shaped long barrow (earth mound) occupies a spectacular hilltop location. Successive excavations have uncovered at least 13 human skeletons inside its burial chambers, which now lie partly ex…