We found the +4000 year old forest of Birch and Oak creeping out from below the 4M blanket of peat (it takes 1000 years to build up 1M of peat) in the watershed of Deep Clough - each returned with a branch or bough.
Crossing the moor to 13 stone Hill we located a ditched hut circle with an opening and causeway to the east at SD 757 242 (will put this up on 'new finds')
With the aid of GPS and the 1972 survey map we located the position of the 13 stones, and where they had been removed their socket holes were located. We all positioned ourselves on the stone locations and video/photos taken.
A near future trip was proposed led by John Lamb to visit the burial mounds on Musbury Heights and Bull Hill - lots of Langdale stone impliments have been found in these areas - will post Field Trip date & time up on this site ASAP.
Thank you all for a great and rewarding Field Trip - john