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Stone Circle

<b>Fedw</b>Posted by postmanImage © Chris Bickerton
Nearest Town:Llandrindod Wells (10km W)
OS Ref (GB):   SO14325796 / Sheet: 148
Latitude:52° 12' 45.8" N
Longitude:   3° 15' 14.97" W

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We parked almost on the A481, inbetween hedge and field theres room for a dozen cars, the walk through two fields and some woods was more than pleasant, only one fence to step over. The circle is quite large about 25metres
some stones are quite big, but lying flat, the remainder are small. At both the southern and northern ends of the ring are piles of large stones, probably where farmers have dumped nuisance rock, although some could be from the circle if not all...ha! what do i know.
The circle though small is in a beautiful place seemingly in the centre of a bowl created by the most shaplely of mother hills and sleeping goddesses, I felt the whole valley was trying to speak to me but was too limited to understand.
postman Posted by postman
2nd June 2008ce
Edited 15th June 2008ce