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THE DRUIDS TEMPLE

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A passage grave, moved from Mount De La Ville, St Helier, Jersey in 1788 and re-erected on this site as a garden feature. Field investigations carried out in 1986 found it to be situated on an open lawn, 50 metres from Temple Combe house, surrounded by a rockery in a narrow band of heathers, enhanced by floodlights. It is in good condition and apparently unaltered since its erection in 1788.

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