As described by Postie.
There is room to park on the road (where it widens) a bit up the hill from the start of the footpath; which is next to a house and is signposted.
I walked down the hill to the house and headed east through the fields trying to find/follow the permissive footpath. I don’t know how successful I was as it was hard to tell which was the ‘path’!
The important thing is that before too long I spotted the stones near a hedgerow / trees.
The information board is still there but it has been pulled out of the ground and is now propped up against a gate.
Two nice stones although it is a great pity that the rest of the burial chamber has been removed at some point in antiquity.
Worth the short but muddy walk when in the area
Posted by CARL
20th March 2014ce