A hilltop enclosure of probable Iron Age date, situated 190 metres north-west of Farley Mount. The enclosure is roughly circular, and encloses an area of around 2.5 hectares. Ploughing has caused significant disturbance to the central and southern parts of the site, though the ramparts here remain visible on aerial photographs, which indicate two parallel banks flanking a ditch. The ramparts survive better to the north, where they appear as a shallow, flat-bottomed ditch, flanked on both sides by banks up to 7 metres wide and 0.7 metres high. On the eastern side of the monument, a single ditch projects approximately 35 metres to the east. This would originally have been used to guide stock into the enclosure. The interior of the enclosure is divided by a ditched bank which creates an inner enclosure in the north-western corner. Scheduled.