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Nash Point

Cliff Fort


Cae'r Eglwys - a possible long cairn, Nash Point

Shockingly treated by locals, covered in cans, assorted rubbish and dog waste, this site, marked as an 'earthwork' upon the 1:25K OS map at SS91666825 is nevertheless cited by Coflein as a possible Neolithic long cairn, being an....

'Oval stony mound about 50m long by 15m wide at east end and 8m wide at west end. (1999.05.21.RCAHMW/SLE). The mound has been mutilated by the digging of a narrow trench about its perimeter, possibly to rob a revetment. Associated with the site of an old church, possibly one lost to the sea. (J.Wiles 19.12.02)'
1st February 2012ce
Edited 3rd March 2012ce

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