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A Neolithic causewayed enclosure showing as a cropmark. It is roughly circular, measuring 290 x 310m, and covers 8.55ha. Enclosures of this type are thought to have been used by the earliest farming communities as meeting places, and for funerary and other ceremonies.
Oswald, A., Dyer, C. and Barber, M., The Creation of Monuments. Neolithic Causewayed Enclosures in the British Isles, English Heritage, Swindon 2001