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ST WEONARDS TUMP

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A Bronze Age round barrow was excavated in 1855 containing two cremations. It was re-used as a motte and in 1972 when field investigated it was 32 metres in diameter and 4.2 metres high and there is no evidence of a bailey or a surrounding ditch, although these could have been built over by later development. Scheduled.

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