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|Description ||This view of the Bleasdale Circle shows the eastern causewayed entrance. The nearest marker posts are outside the ditch. The next two further in are aligned with the ditch, and the next to be seen are actually part of the circle. These concrete posts mark the positions of the original timber posts that were excavated, re-set, and decayed in the 1930s.
The noticeboard explaining the circle is visible just above mid-centre of photo, beyond the trees.
The central marker show the position of the grave where two collared urns were found, containing cremations. It was thought to have been the burial site of two important people.|
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