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Cefn Wyfre

Stone Circle

<b>Cefn Wyfre</b>Posted by cerrigImage © cerrig
Nearest Town:Builth Wells (10km WSW)
OS Ref (GB):   SO14005105 / Sheet: 148
Latitude:52° 9' 2.01" N
Longitude:   3° 15' 25.52" W

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<b>Cefn Wyfre</b>Posted by cerrig <b>Cefn Wyfre</b>Posted by cerrig


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The site is very overgrown now,hardly recogniseable .I didn't realise I had found it at first,the large boulder giving it away,the heather hiding all the other stones. The mound can be made out only because of it's surrounding ditch causing a gap in the undergrowth.
A bit of a trek to get here up very steep slopes,and not easy to find without a GPS. It's about 100 meters from a track and a small pond,but invisible from more than about 50 meters away.
Good views though.
Posted by cerrig
31st January 2010ce


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Site description from Coflein:

"A stone circle, 24-22m in diameter, comprising eleven earthfast stones, c.0.2m high, and a natural boulder. Eccentric within the circle is a ditched mound, 8.0m in diameter and 0.5m high."

These are very low stones, suggesting this could as easily be some kind of ring cairn or kerb.
thesweetcheat Posted by thesweetcheat
29th December 2009ce
Edited 30th December 2009ce