|Cheetham close is fairly easy to get to if you have the right footwear. Wellies are definitely recommended in winter as some of the mud is over a foot deep in places.
The place is a fantastic site once you get there after about 20 mins walk.
The site is quiet, serene and has a fantastic view southwards and to the east and west. It is easy to see why our ancestors chose this spot.
Unfortunately the stones are very small and some have collapsed but you can just about make the circle out. Definitely worth a visit.
What is interesting about the site is the earthworks and ditches/banks that surround the site on the hills. I have posted a pic above but its does not really do them justice. I cant work out what they must have been for:
1. Marking territory (seems a lot of effort to do this for this purpose)
2. Defend aggainst attack seems the obvious answer if you are to stand on the ditches when under attack
Posted by Saban-of-Stonehenge
6th January 2012ce
Edited 6th January 2012ce