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Ash Hill Long Barrow

Long Barrow


On the opposite side of the Waithe Beck valley from Hoe Hill barrow, Ash Hill is around 40 metres long, 16 metres wide to the north-east trailing to 10 metres wide at the south-west and stands about 2 metres tall. C. W. Phillips reported in 1932 that there were a number of large trees growing from the mound and that rabbits were 'burrowing freely' in several places. Chris Collyer Posted by Chris Collyer
22nd July 2006ce

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