An Enclosed Settlement, Length of Reave, Two Vermin Traps and a Pillow Mound 770m East of Trowlesworthy Warren House


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English Heritage

County Council

Devon County Council

District Council

South Hams District Council


Shaugh Prior

Parliamentary Constituency

South West Devon

Grid Reference

SN576576 (257617, 64747)

WGS84 Coordinates

50.4646, -4.0064

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A stony bank up to 3.8m wide and 0.4m high runs N to S along the ridge crest immediately N and S of Little Trowelsworthy Tor. This feature appears to function both as a boundary and as a repository for cleared surface stone. It is apparently medieval in origin.Scheduled.

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