SS 76993838. Stone Setting.
The remains of a stone setting (1) situated about 400m OD on amoderate SE facing slope of rush covered rough grassland. The setting, which does not appear to be complete, now consists of at least 8 original stones (B to D, F to I and K) which form two lines set almost at right angles to each other, C,D,I,K and F,G,H,I (I being common to both lines). Stone B seems to form part of another row on the NW side of C, of which stone A, a small stone almost hidden by the turf, may be a third stone. A similar small stone E may also be an extension of the line F to I.
The monument is sited on a stony slope and there are a number of loose stones which may be displaced or natural litter. A similar number of small earthfast stones, all apparently natural occurences, are also visible.
A backfilled field drain crosses the site from N to S but appears to have done little damage (2).