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a wimblestone here:
with wimble probably meaning 'lively' or at least 'quick' as opposed to dead (it moves around its field)..
Sheer speculation to think the wimble hill does a silbury game trick, and hence moves too? Or is it just an appropriate sounding word for a curiously shaped hill?

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Posted by Rhiannon
22nd September 2004ce

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