|I do like Mitchell's Fold. Its wide wild views are fantastic. It has friendly horses sometimes too.
The Shropshire Tourism website (http://www.shropshiretourism.info/south-shropshire/mitchell_fold/) suggests King Arthur drew Excalibur out of one of the stones here. Apparently this was something recorded by William Stukeley [but see the comments below, perhaps this romanticism is more modern]. I guess it's prime territory for Arthur, right on the border between England and Wales.
Here is some information about what else you may find around the circle, gleaned from the Shropshire sites and monuments record.
Mitchell's Fold stone circle (also known as Medjices Fold and Madges Pinfold) is situated in a high saddle between Stapeley Hill to the north and Corndon Hill to the south. The stones were probably brought from Stapely Hill to the north west - they are all the same geologically.
It is thought there may be a central stone in situ below the turf. The interior of the circle is criss-crossed with lines - not all of them modern vandalism apparently, as the ridge is said to be the old coach route from Shrewsbury to Aberystwyth.
Ninety metres SE of the circle is a 0.7m standing stone on a small bump. Immediately north east of this is is a low mound believed to be the base of a robbed cairn - several stones show through the turf covering it.
Posted by Rhiannon
20th July 2004ce
Edited 11th January 2011ce