Scheduled Monument: Wilmersham Common stone row 320m south east of the confluence of Embercombe and Chetsford waters
Department for Culture, Media and Sport
28 March 1996
Date last amended
The monument includes a stone row of 50 standing stones and the archaeologically sensitive area between and around them. The site is located on the west facing slopes of Honeycombe Hill 320m south east of the confluence
of Embercombe and Chetsford waters. The stone row is 68m long and 3m wide at its widest point. It is orientated roughly north east to south west. The monument changes its orientation to a more northerly direction 56m from the
south western end before continuing for a further 12m. The longest section comprises an irregular, single row of stones of which none are higher than 100mm. This part of the row is marked by a terminal stone 600mm high at the
south western end and by a 500mm high stone at the north eastern end where the orientation changes. From this point the monument comprises an irregular double or triple row which extends for 12m. The stones in this section are no higher than 200mm and at the north eastern end there is a terminal stone 400mm high.