It reminded me a little of the Tree of Life Stone up Askwith-way, but on this one we find the central trunk of the tree is a natural crack that runs up the middle of the rock. Up the 'trunk' are several short branches with cup-marks on either side. Altogether there are at least 12 cups and one ring, with several curious lines, some of which seem geophysical in nature, but some are obviously man-made. She uncovered the rock beneath loads of earth (you couldn't actually see the rock initially) and it hadn't seen the light of the fresh air for a few centuries. But as you can see, the carvings covered in muck. We've covered the stone back over and are gonna return to to it in the coming weeks to clean it up and see what more we can make out.
Oooh - and another barely-visible rock less than 2 yards east was also found to have 5-6 archetypal cups on it: two on the top section and 3 at the bottom.