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We came across these almost by accident, being in the area for other reasons but given our interest in history thought we should visit. Not a lot to see, but what there is is worth it. Good information boards about the legends attached to the...More
While the stones themselves aren't much to look at, it's their remote setting that sets them apart. There's a well / spring nearby, a historic church and also an ongoing excavation of a fortified settlement which passersby can visit during the summer. Worth a detour...More
I found the coordinates for my Tom at home. When arriving and Tom announced we had reached our destination I was puzzled, there was just hedge. We drove on, truned left and found a tiny public car park. And then discovered the coordinates were exact...More
Took our grandkids here as they both interested in the history of the area info board was great but what wasn’t expected was there was a guy who said there was a an archaeological dig 100 yards down the road so we went and asked...More
This place is definately worth a stop at if you are in the area. Very interesting standing stones with a nice little story to read while there as well. Very easy to get to and can be seen from the road. We parked a little...More
Driving up into the Forest of Dean, we detoured via Wales driving through Trellech (just South of Monmouth) to visit the Harold Standing Stones.
The kids noticed the information board which made them giggle, as they were made from Pudding Stone No Less!
We love in the area and decided to look around closer to home. Clearly, this is an interesting area due to it being on the Welsh borders. If you're passing by on foot, bike or car do stop and have look around. Much more happened...More