This is certainly one of the smaller RSCs - a recumbent of only 1.4m. But still worth seeking out.
Were there other circle stones? You wonder why they might have been removed but not the relatively small recumbent and flankers.
Parish records often talk about the destruction of circles and other sites but not here. Other RSCs have a similar absence of documentation and this has led to the view that, at some sites, only the recumbent and flankers were installed.
Looking at the OS map for this area, I noticed a rash of standing stones (8) which need further investigation.
Unfortunately the crops were up, which meant that many couldn't be seen or got at, but this was a real surprise. The circle is gone, but its one of the finest recumbent and flanker sets I'd seen. Propped against the back is a large red stone which may have been part of the circle.
Definitely worth a visit after harvest to see if you can plot out where the circle was.