I first visited this site a few years ago but on that occasion I was in a rush and I (somehow) missed the information board. I had been meaning to revisit ever since.
This time I had Karen with me and it didn’t take her long to spot the info board. It is the other side of a wooden stile giving access from the road to the small field owned by English Heritage.
The heavy rain didn't help when trying to read the information.
As has previously been said there is very little left of the henge to see - a low, arcing grass bank.
Although what remains of the henge obviously needs to be protected I am not sure why E.H. has this site on their advertised list of ‘places to visit’.
It is a bit out of the way and I am sure the average visitor would be somewhat disappointed by what they find.
There are certainly other much better preserved henges people could visit and appreciate.
Posted by CARL
16th October 2014ce
Edited 16th October 2014ce