Local residents are invited to a free guided walk at Wandlebury Hillfort on Wednesday (September 4) at 7pm, followed by medieval storytelling.
Cambridgeshire Archaeology and Cambridge Past, Present and Future are hosting the event.
Jon Gibbs of the Cambridge Preservation Society will lead the walk and the medieval storytelling will be by local historian and well known story teller Maureen James.
Stephen Macaulay senior project manager at Oxford Archaeology East said: “You may have visited Wandlebury many times – it’s a very popular place for walkers, but this guided tour is a chance to discover its hidden history.
“The added bonus next week will be the storytelling which will really bring this most important of ancient monuments to life, it’s not to be missed.”
Visitors wishing to attend the guided walk should meet at the car park at the main entrance off the A1307 at 7pm.
There is a car park fee of £2.
The local bus is the Stagecoach Citiplus 13X service.
Wandlebury is not only the site of an Iron Age Hillfort, but has earlier archaeological remains, many of which remain a mystery to researchers today.
The site is also an important wildlife and nature preserve.
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