This caught my eye on the map because it was a barrow with a name and because it looked like it was very close to the road. From the A39 at Wainhouse Corner take the South East road (towards Headon Cross). Headon Barrow is situated 100m before Headon Cross (which is recognisable because 5 country lanes meet here and Eden Methodist Chapel sticks out like a sore thumb). Just opposite the barrow there is a small lay-by, by a farm gate. Judging from how the bank next to road is unusually large and steep and sticks right into the road I guess that the barrow has been sliced partly in two by the road. I couldn’t really explore the barrow at all - it is covered in trees and bushes, and is officially in a farm field. However there was a small gap in the hedge, just opposite the lay-by, which seemed to invite me in! I took a quick look and a photo, but that was all. Given all of the above it’s very difficult for me to put a size on it, but it strikes me that the barrow of quite considerable size.