Scheduled Monument: Trout Hill 3: a stone setting on the north east end of Trout Hill 850m SSW of the foot bridge over Badgeworthy Water (1014266)

Authority Department for Culture, Media and Sport
Other Ref 25223
Date assigned 27 March 1996
Date last amended
Date revoked
The monument includes two standing and two recumbent stones on the east flank of the north east end of Trout Hill 850m SSW of the footbridge over Badgeworthy Water. The stone setting occupies a trapezoidal area which extends for 0.02ha. The standing stones mark the northern and the southern limits of the site, the recumbent ones the north eastern and south eastern limits. The northern standing stone is the tallest and is 300mm high, 250mm wide and 50mm thick. The stone at the southern end is only a few millimetres high, 120mm wide and 50mm thick. An erosion hollow 100mm deep surrounds it. The north eastern recumbent stone is 850mm long, 200mm wide and 70mm thick and lies within an erosion hollow. The south eastern recumbent stone is 550mm long, 250mm wide and 140mm thick and is earthfast at one end.

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Grid reference Centred SS 7941 4288 (14m by 25m) (Estimated from sources)
Map sheet SS74SE

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