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North Hill and Table Hill, Malvern

Round Barrow(s)


In 'Early British Trackways, Moats, Mounds, Camps, and Sites' Alfred Watkins states that North Hill is the beginning of a ley line to Pen-y-Beacon via Mathon Church, Moat at Birchend, Stretton Grandison Church, Shucknell Hill, White Stone Chapel, Burcot Pool, Ten Houses Pond and Sugwas Park.

Watkins also believed that the nearby St Ann's Well was the start of a ley line that passes along the ridge of the Malvern Hills through several wells including the Holy Well, Walms Well and St. Pewtress Well.
Posted by Wyrdstan
18th July 2010ce
Edited 28th July 2010ce

Comments (1)

Nice to see someone not only downloads some of the book links I post, but reads them too! Fair play to you Wyrdstan.

Hope you find some some more useful info in the ancient British, Roman and Saxon antiquities and folk-lore of Worcestershire By Jabez Allies F.S.A. from 1852
Chance Posted by Chance
18th July 2010ce
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