On the eastern boundary of Stratford sub Castle is the site of an iron-age hillfort that later became a Norman stronghold. The now ruined castle led to our settlement becoming known as Stratford under the Castle, amongst other names see Stratford sub Castle name origin) .
Our many webpages about Old Sarum are listed below, with links.
Image: Martin Cook (with permission)
Old Sarum - a Defensive Site
with a link to video 'Old Sarum from the air'
as described by Henry d'Avranches
Above - The Parliament Stone.
Below - The Mudge monument on the A345
WALK IT ! Details on the WALKS PAGE.