From Narbeth take the B4314 south-east. Continue south towards Ludchurch but take the turning left (east) at the crossroads just before you get to Ludchurch. The standing stone is about 1 mile along this minor road on your left. As with most other sites in this part of the world the stobe can’t be seen from the road due to the high bank/hedgerow. It can be seen from the top of the bank.
Since the previous TMAers visits there has been some serious changes to the site. There is currently a road being built right through the field in a north-south direction before turning parallel to the road (other side of hedgerow). There is a lot of construction work being undertaken.
I therefore had to settle for a view from the top of the bank.
On a more positive note the road isn’t right next to the stone so (other than spoiling the setting) shouldn’t pose any threat.
The stone looked pretty bathed in the evening sunlight.
Posted by CARL
13th March 2014ce