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Round Barrow(s)

The RCAHMW record for this site calls it a 'ploughed-down circular mound' and adds a ? onto its description of round barrow.
Nearest Town:Barry (6km SSE)
OS Ref (GB):   ST11217352 / Sheet: 171
Latitude:51° 27' 11.35" N
Longitude:   3° 16' 40.79" W

Added by CARL

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'Visited' 13.2.11
I first became aware of this site after seeing it mentioned on Megalithic.
I think I viewed the Barrow across the fields between the houses although there was no chance of a closer look due to the area being fenced off. It appeared no more than a low mound – virtually ploughed out. Not worth the effort in all honesty. On the plus side it is very close to both St Lythams and Tinkinswood burial chambers which are most definitely worth a visit!
Posted by CARL
21st February 2011ce