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Mitchell’s Fold Stone Circle is just inside the English border with Wales, a 3,000-year-old relic of the Bronze Age, constructed of dolerite rock from Stapeley Hill nearby. There are 15 stones arranged in a rough circle, with a couple more prominent than others. It is thought there were once 30 stones, that the tallest had a twin, making a doorway, and that there was a central stone.
It is a relatively lonely spot, but with wonderful views west into Wales. There are other prehistoric remains nearby, including the Hoarstones Circle and a Bronze Age axe factory at Cwm Mawr.
By car, park at the side of a rough lane off the corner of the road and walk a few hundred yards to the monument.
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