Kinver Edge and the Rock Houses (NT)

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Place Category: Shropshire Attractions and Activites, Shropshire Historic Buidings and Sites, Shropshire National Trust Sites, and Shropshire Nature and Wildlife

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    The National Trust’s Kinver Edge is a remnant of the Mercian forest and contains two Iron Age hillforts. It is also home to the last troglodyte dwellings occupied in England, with a set of complete cave-houses excavated into the local sandstone. The Holy Austin rock houses were inhabited until the 1960s.

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