Scheduled Monument: Wilmersham Common West: a stone row 120m south east of the confluence of Chetsford and Embercombe waters
Department for Culture, Media and Sport
28 March 1996
Date last amended
The monument includes two standing stones, a recumbent stone and the archaeologically sensitive area between and around those features. The site is located on the north west side of Honeycombe Hill 120m south east of the confluence of Chetsford and Embercombe waters. The monument is 26m long and orientated north east to south west. The recumbent stone lies at the north eastern end and is slightly offset from the line towards the north. The
standing stone at the south west end is a flat slab, set firm and vertically in the ground, 600mm high, 600mm wide and 150mm thick. The middle stone of the row lies 16.68m to the north east of the first one, is firm and upright in the ground and is 200mm high, 270mm wide and 140mm thick. The recumbent stone lies 9.45m to the north east of the middle stone and is 820mm long, 320mm wide and 320mm thick.