Keys to the Past

Mote Hill, or The Round Hill (Broomley and Stocksfield)

In the 19th century a hill called Mote Hill stood near Stocksfield Station and was thought to have been the site of an encampment. The site is now thought most likely to be a natural glacial mound, and was known as The Round Hill in the mid-20th century.

Reference number:N10132
Historical period: UNCERTAIN

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Source of Reference
Local History of Broomley and Stocksfield

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