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Cregou Barrow

Round Barrow(s)


Described by EH as a bowl barrow, I though it was just a barrow that had been dug into. It measures about 35 metres across at its widest but is not that high. Although it now has a hedge behind it and a row of trees a little down slope of it I would guess that when it was built it had a commanding view down the valley to the Truro River.

Access is by a footpath from St Clement village or from Malpas village (where there is a very nice pub).
Mr Hamhead Posted by Mr Hamhead
12th October 2007ce

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