The Camp

History & Heritage
The highest part of the walk provides splendid panoramic views of up to 14 counties

About The Camp

An eccentric lady names ‘Camp Meg’ lived near here in the early 19th century, in an old beacon house constructed during the Napoleonic Wars. She dressed as a man and rode a white horse named ‘Skewball’. Becoming legendary for her skill in the care and cure of sick animals, her help was often sought by local farmers.

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