Erection date: 1968
This plaque marks the eastern boundary of an iron age hill fort dating from circa 700 BC. It was surrounded by circular earthworks about 300 yards in diameter with two ramparts and a ditch between. The outline is difficult to follow but the adjacent footpath passes through the middle of the fort from this easterly limit to the western boundary.
Erected by the John Evelyn Society 1968
Renovated by Royal Wimbledon Golf Club 2004
Site: Caesar's Camp (2 memorials)
SE19, Camp Road
The smaller plaque is between the two posts on the right of the photograph.
Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk