This small and simple stone circle is 3200 years old and is in a field where the grass was too high to appreciate it properly.
We walked up the side of a low hill for about 150 metres, the circle was quite hidden in the high grass.
It's made of 5 stones that are 30 centimetres tall, and of two entrance stones. The one on the lefthand side is about 80 centimetres tall, the other one is 50 centimetres tall and they are 1.70 metres apart.
The 5 stones of the circle are equally spaced and I think no stone is missing from the structure. The 5 stones are set on a diameter of 11 metres, the entrance faces southeast (135°).
This small stone circle, also known as 'Reydrumadda', is located in upland bog on the
west slope of a gentle hill, west of the R351, with fine panoramic views. The circle is
complete and consists of two entrance stones, 1m in height, sited at the SE side of the
circle and a small recumbent, quartz altar stone at the NW side. Between the entrance
stones and the altar stone, are two small orthostats on each side no more than 0.35m in
height. A really nice stone circle and it is sign-posted from the nearby road 100m away.