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Roundton Hill has a similar domed shape to Corndon, but an Iron Age hillfort graces its summit. In later years the hill was mined for Barytes and Lead. The hill’s sides are steepest between Roundton and its sister Todleth Hill. Roundton is a National Nature Reserve managed by Montgomery Wildlife Trust. It has its own parking area.
The results below represent a sample of records held for this area by Shropshire Historic Environment Record and Shropshire Archives. Please visit http://search.shropshirehistory.org.uk to undertake a full search of this data.