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Denbury Hillfort round barrows (Round Barrow(s))

Within the Iron age hillfort at Denbury are two Bronze age round barrows, that pre date the hillfort by at least a 1000 yrs. They are situated to the N/E & S/W of the site . There is a small upright on top of the S/W barrow its unclear if its contemporary with the barrows.

Aish Ridge (Stone Row / Alignment)

Using O.S outdoor leisure 28 map park at very small grass layby at SX684603 directly opposite is a bridle path that leads to Ball Gate , half way along on right hand side is Aish ridge access land .Spotted this one on the way back from Corringdon Ball in total 14 stones, quite large in comparison to other stone rows on the moor in height & width . This only warrants 2 dots on the O.S map so I am unsure of its antiquity, can anyone shed any light?

Wooley Long Barrow

Probably the easiest site to find in Cornwall. On the A39 about 7 miles north of Bude ,when you hit the sign for Wooley look to your right and there it is about 15ft from the road .
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