This long barrow is a couple of hundred yards north west of Buzbury rings. It's right next to a footpath, I parked in the golf club car park, nobody seemed to mind.
The barrow is in a fenced off area and apart from being rather overgrown appears to be in good condition, with ditches on both sides. It is orientated on a northwest / southeast axis as is the nearby Race down long barrow. It is 125 feet long, 80 feet wide and 6 1/2 feet high.
(6) Long Barrow (91560667), in the extreme W. of the parish, lies some 340 ft. above O.D. on the N.E. crest of a Chalk ridge, with which it is parallel in an orientation of 327°. The barrow is slightly wedge-shaped, 138 ft. long, 60 ft. wide at the S.E. end, 50 ft. wide at the N.W. end, and 6½ ft. high. Welldefined side ditches are 30 ft. to 35 ft. wide and up to 3 ft. deep. An inconclusive excavation in 1896 yielded only two sherds and three pieces of bone (Dorset Procs., XVIII (1897), pp. xxxiv and 1; O.S., Map of Neolithic Wessex, No. 156).
A long barrow and two bowl barrows 140m north west of Dormy House. The long barrow has a mound 42m long, 22m wide and 2m high and was excavated in 1896. The bowl barrows have been reduced in height by ploughing.
(ST 91550667) Long Barrow (NR). (1) Long Barrow ST 91550667
slightly wedge-shaped, 138 ft. long, 60 ft. wide at the S.E. end, 50 ft. wide at the N.W. end, and 6 1/2 ft. high. Well defined side ditches are 30 ft. to 35 ft. wide and up to 3 ft. deep. An inconclusive excavation in 1896 yielded only two sherds and three pices of bone. (2)