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History of Uffington Castles in the Royal County of Berkshire
by David Nash Ford

U F F I N G T O N
C A S T L E

Three Castles Together

It has often been suggested that Dragon Hill, below the Uffington White Horse, is the Motte of a Norman Castle. The mound appears to be natural, though it is still possible it was used as a castle. There is no corroborative evidence however. The adjoining hillfort also goes by the name of Uffington Castle.



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