(SU 42845449) Tumulus Long Barrow. Mutilated by chalk pit.
A long barrow, mound 80 paces long, 20 paces wide and 6 feet high (1).Shown and described as a long barrow (2). (1-6)
A long barrow, 74.5m. long and with an average width of 22.5m. The higher NE end is 2.6m. high and the barrow is orientated 86o Mag. No indication of flank ditches was seen, the west side having a fieldpath along it and the east a hedgerow. On the west side the mound is mutilated by two chalk pits, now overgrown.
The barrow, covered in long grass, is preserved at the edge of an arable field. It is situated on the SW slope, c 400 yards from the crest, of a spur.Listed as a long barrow and noted as being fairly well-preserved. Part of the north-west ditch has been located by geophysical survey.
The excellent ‘Hampshire Treasures’ resource gives the following information – “Long Barrow. South west of Upper Woodcott Farm. Grass-covered barrow situated on edge of arable field. Mutilated on west side by two chalk pits, now overgrown.” This is a scheduled ancient monument, no.102.