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Stone Circle


From "Beauties of England and Wales" - Britton and Bayley (1801):

Within a furlong of the north-east of the church, is a small Druidical Circle, that has not hitherto been noticed. It consists of seven or eight stones, one of which is about nine feet in height: four are upright, the others are either broken, or concealed by a hedge, which divides the circle; part being in an orchard, and part in an adjoining field. We are unable to state its dimensions accurately, but its diameter does not appear to exceed twenty or twenty-five feet

This may be the earliest published reference to the circle?
thesweetcheat Posted by thesweetcheat
15th January 2009ce
Edited 9th April 2013ce

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