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There are numerous Iron Age (800 BC–100 AD) remains, some of which would have related to Kemerton Camp, a large univallate hillfort at the summit of Bredon Hill.The parish is also rich in remains from the Roman Period (43–410 AD), revealing a continuing history of settlement and farming.At its greatest extent the parish measures approximately 4.8 miles (7.7 km) long by 2.2 miles (3.5 km) wide, and covers around 4,119 acres (16.7 km).Bredon parish includes the hamlets of Bredon's Hardwick, Kinsham and Westmancote."What people did in the old days, was that they would just go up to someone in a bar or pub that they liked and have a conversation.

"If two people then match with each other, they can see the other person's name, their favourite drink and an icebreaker so you are given everything you need to have a conversation but there is no messaging function.Bredon's history of farming and settlement goes back at least four thousand years.Archaeological remains establish that parts of the parish were settled early in the Bronze Age (2500–800 BC).Bredon is a village and civil parish in Wychavon District at the southern edge of Worcestershire in England.It lies on the banks of the River Avon on the lower slopes of Bredon Hill, at "the beginning of the Cotswolds".The parish (including Bredon's Norton, formerly a separate parish to the north) extends from the Avon valley floor at an elevation of 32 feet (10 m) in the south-west to the upper slopes of Bredon Hill at an elevation of 820 feet (250 m) in the north-east.

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