MEM24434 - Possible Modern Standing Stone on Bill Hill (Non-antiquity)


A significantly large standing stone on the northeast corner of Bill Hill overlooking the valley and at the Pinkery Centre.

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Full Description

An upright tapering trapezoidal slate slab with some minor growth of moss and grass is set on the northwest corner of Bill Hill, measuring 0.7m x 0.8m x 0.1m. The setting appears to have little stone within its setting hole, and is loose within an erosion hollow (1.2m x 0.8m x 0.1m). The erection of this stone is likely after 1990, when the nearby site of MSO12161 was visited by the RCHME, a site which has been badly damaged and almost destroyed. It is unknown if the erection of the stone is linked to that event. [1]

Sources/Archives (1)

  • <1>XY Report: Fuller, J.. 2018. HER Input Form: Two Modern Standing Stones on Bill Hill. [Mapped feature: #44932 A single standing stone, trapezoidal in shape., ]



Grid reference SS 72335 40824 (point)
Map sheet SS74SW

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Record last edited

Aug 1 2018 4:35PM


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