Scheduled Monument: Swap Hill stone setting, 275m south east of the Long Combe sheep pen
Department for Culture, Media and Sport
28 March 1996
Date last amended
The monument includes six standing stones and the archaeologically sensitive area between and around them. The site is located on the south west facing slopes of the north western spur of Swap Hill 275m south east of the Long
Combe sheep pen. The stone setting occupies a kite-shaped area 21.5m long by 10m wide which extends for 0.01ha. The two largest stones form the longer, east-west axis and are both 900mm high, 600mm wide and 200mm thick. The stone at the west end of this line has two low stones at its north east end. The two smaller stones which mark the shorter north-south axis are both 300mm in height and width and 100mm thick.