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ASH HILL LONG BARROW

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Neolithic long barrow, excavated in 1931, when polished stone axe found, again in 1986, when Neolithic and Bronze Age pottery found, as well as two 10th century secondary inhumations. A Second World War air raid shelter was erected at the northern end of the barrow, now demolished. The barrow is now heavily overgrown and mutilated. Scheduled.

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