Table Hill

Table Hill is situated in the range of Malvern Hills that runs about 13 kilometres north-south along the Herefordshire-Worcestershire border. It has an elevation of 373 metres. Although the flint route from North Wales to Wessex lay to the north of Malvern, there is some evidence to suggest that traders passed over the Malvern Hills. Parts of an arrowhead, a scraper and flint flakes have been discovered between North Hill and Table Hill. A 19th-century guidebook describes both a collapsed burial mound on North Hill, named the Giant's Grave, a tump on Table Hill; these tumuli may have been connected to the Dobunni settlement in Mathon: Upon the Table Hill you will perceive the figure of a large table, whence the name is derived. In the centre is a cross, of the same size as that by the Giant's Grave, upon North Hill

Electoral district of West Swan

West Swan is an electoral district of the Legislative Assembly in the Australian state of Western Australia. It is located in the north-eastern suburbs of Perth. West Swan was considered a safe Labor seat at its creation, but after a redistribution prior to the 2017 state election became notionally Liberal. After its creation prior to the 2008 election, ABC electoral commentator Antony Green calculated a theoretical margin of 10.6% favouring Labor Party over the Liberal Party in two party preferred terms. Rita Saffioti won the seat in 2008, holding it again with a margin of 1.9 points after the 2013 election. A redistribution in 2015 saw the seat with a notional 0.9 point Liberal margin, however Saffioti retained the seat at the 2017 election which saw a large swing to Labor. The oblong-shaped district is dominated by the bushland of Whiteman Park and Cullacabardee; the voters of West Swan are situated towards the eastern and western edges of the district. To the north-west is the suburb of Landsdale.

To the south lies Ballajura and part of Beechboro. The suburbs of Henley Brook and West Swan lie to the west. West Swan was first contested at the 2008 state election, it was a new seat created as a result of the one-vote-one-value reforms. A majority of the new district's voters came from the abolished district of Ballajura. Antony Green. "2008 Election Profile: West Swan". ABC. "Map of West Swan". Archived from the original on 7 October 2008