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Friar's Point


Friar's Point (Cairn(s)) by thesweetcheat Cairn I, showing apparent excavation scoop. Looking west towards the next headland, Cold Knap Point, which also had a (now destroyed) barrow on it. Beyond that, the coast of South Glamorgan stretches towards Rhoose Point, the most southerly point on the Welsh mainland.
thesweetcheat Image Credit: A. Brookes (13.10.2012)
Posted by thesweetcheat
14th November 2012ce
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Comments (3)

Nice collection of cairns on friars point, a bit dilapidated but still there, looking forward to some pics of the Bulwarks hill fort, have you got that far? postman Posted by postman
14th November 2012ce
Cheers, very busy round there. Yes, we got to the Bulwarks at the end of this walk as it was getting dark, then went back at the start of the next trip (and have got to several more forts beyond now). thesweetcheat Posted by thesweetcheat
14th November 2012ce
Rubs hands together and waits patiently postman Posted by postman
15th November 2012ce
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