Ring Cairn and Cairn 750m North West of Bumper Castle


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Bronze Age
Ring Cairn

Data Source

English Heritage

County Council

Derbyshire County Council

District Council

Derbyshire Dales District Council


Darley Dale

Parliamentary Constituency

Derbyshire Dales

Grid Reference

SE278278 (427762, 365914)

WGS84 Coordinates

53.1893, -1.58446

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A Bronze Age ring cairn and adjacent small cairn located on open moorland, 750 metres north-west of Bumper Castle. The ring cairn consists of a pennanular bank of turf and stones measuring 8 metres by 9 metres externally and 5 metres by 6 metres internally. The bank stands around 0.3 to 0.4 metre high. Approximately 35 metres to the north-east stands a low cairn measuring about 2 metres in diameter. It is thought likely that this cairn was constructed for funerary purposes, given its isolated location and proximity to the ring cairn. Scheduled.

English Heritage

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