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Leskernick North Circle

Stone Circle

<b>Leskernick North Circle</b>Posted by pure joyImage © Martin Bull
Nearest Town:Hallworthy (8km NNW)
OS Ref (GB):   SX186799 / Sheet: 201
Latitude:50° 35' 23.95" N
Longitude:   4° 33' 47.01" W

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I actually found this by walking up from the farmhouse and studying the map very hard.....needless to say i found several other "circles" on my way.

It does not look like a circle and it was only on using the TMA and the Bodmin Moor survey book that I recognised it.
Mr Hamhead Posted by Mr Hamhead
8th August 2004ce

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Only discovered in 1983. Recorded in the Bodmin moor survey

3 uprights remain ubove the surface 12 others have been detected just beneath the peat.
Posted by phil
2nd December 2001ce
Edited 24th March 2013ce

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The Heritage Trust


Leskernick Stone Circles and Stone Row Clearance

Clearing both North and South Circles and the stone row. Clearance to be interpreted as stated here..

"the aim of the clearance would be to bring the hidden parts of the circles and stone row ‘back to life’ by sympathetically removing the vegetation and turf ‘carpet’ off the stones without damage taking place and without any soil being removed below the exposed top surfaces"
moss Posted by moss
25th May 2016ce
Edited 26th May 2016ce