Brentmoor Heath bowl barrow information board returns

In the summer this year I wrote about ‘Is decay the natural order of things’.  The article was about the missing information boards in Brentmoor Heath, notably the one by the four bronze-age bowl barrows.

Visiting the heath yesterday I noticed that the information board had returned.

There was no change to the description of the nearby sarsen stone’s presumed tool marks when it was dug out of the heathland. Eminent commenter, Speedicus Triplicatum HERE, is circumspect on the markings, considering them likely to be from the JCB’s bucket that moved the stone to this location.

Here are two photos of the stone. One on the left is from 2009, and on the right from yesterday. Click on images to expand

2 thoughts on “Brentmoor Heath bowl barrow information board returns

  1. Huzzah ! …. but a pity that the original board with a 1920s Aerial shot of the Tumuli & tracks couldnt be used again !

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