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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"In Skelbrooke, Godric and Alwine had 5 carucates of land to the geld, where there could be 4 ploughs. Now Hervey has it of Ilbert. He himself has 2 ploughs there, and 9 villans and 2 bordars having 4 ploughs, and there are 5 acres of meadow. In the time of King Edward worth £4, now 3."
Wroxeter, St Andrew's Church- Wroxeter, Shropshire, England
Wow! Now, here's a church with history! The Grade-I listed church of St Andrew's is built upon part of the former Roman town of Viroconium, and incorporates Roman bricks and stones throughout.