St Edwin’s Chapel and hermitage

St Edwin’s Chapel and hermitage cross and plaque is a little off the 'normal' routes taken in Sherwood Forest but ...
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Osmington White Horse a carving of King George III

The Osmington White Horse is a carving of King George III riding a horse. It was sculpted in 1808 into ...
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Nine Ladies Stone Circle

Nine Ladies Stone Circle is a small early Bronze Age stone circle traditionally believed to depict nine ladies turned to ...
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Castlerigg Stone Circle

Castlerigg Stone Circle (from Visit Cumbria) is one of the most visually impressive prehistoric monuments in Britain, and is the ...
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Major Oak Sherwood Forest

from Nottinghamshire County Council site - The Major Oak Sherwood Forest is a Quercus Robur, the English or pendunculate oak ...
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Bow Stones Lyme Park

Bow Stones Lyme Park were the upper parts of the shafts of double Anglo Saxon crosses, dating to the 9th ...
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Murder Stone Whaley Bridge

Murder Stone Whaley Bridge ancient standing stone which I came across initially whilst looking for the 'William Wood' murder stone ...
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The Dipping Stone

Dipping Stone is a Scheduled monument and is the base or socle of a twin-shafted wayside and boundary cross. It ...
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Cerne Abbas giant

Cerne Abbass Giant is National Trust and located on the hillside near Cerne Abbas in Dorset, the Cerne Abbas giant ...
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