Standing stone at SS 72064471 on Ilkerton Ridge south west of Hill Cottage, 3ft 3in high, 14in wide and 7in thick (1) was 2ft high in 1961 (2). (1-2)
SS 72074474. A standing stone 0.9m high, probably of prehistoric origin and classified under Bronze Age by Grinsell. (3)
A standing stone of local slate situated on the SE side of a broad saddle, is aligned WNW to ESE, following the ridge. It is of rectangular section, 0.4m wide and 0.15m thick and has an angled or `chisel' top. A slight lean to the NNW has reduced its vertical height of 1m to 0.9m. Firmly embedded the stone is within a sheep worn hollow 1.8m across and 0.2m deep with a few loose stones which may have been former trigs. Its situation and proximity to barrows, suggests a prehistoric origin (4).