A small stone circle set within the confines of a Grade II listed 18th century park surrounding Penbedw Hall. The circle may be Bronze age, but may also have been erected as a folly during picturesque landscaping of Penbedw Hall parkland in the 18th19th century.
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"Canterbury opens to view 6 miles distant, by the advantage of a high hill we pass over to it, its a noble Citty, the gates are high tho' narrow, the streetes are most of them large and long and the buildings handsome, very neate but not very lofty, most are of brickwork; its a flourishing town, good tradeing in the Weaving of Silks ..."
Alton Barnes, St Mary's Church- Alton Barnes, Wiltshire, England
A Saxon church with an 18th century chancel. The interior has Georgian box pews, a triple-decker pulpit, west gallery, and font. There is 18th century glass in the chancel, and memorials to the Crowe and Hare families. ... more