Two Prehistoric Enclosures, Field Clearance Cairns and Unenclosed Hut Circle Settlement North of Hart Heugh, 600m South West of Wooler Common
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County Council (Unitary)
Northumberland County Council
SJ970970 (397018, 626002)
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The remains of a prehistoric settlement on the northern shoulder of Hart Heugh. It comprises an irregular enclosure, roughly oval in shape, which measures 15 metres by 30 metres. It is defined by a sinuous bank of earth and stone, similar in nature to the enclosed settlement situated a few metres to the west (NT 92 NE 87). At the south west end the enclosure is cut into the hillslope and the bank forms a stone revetted edge. Scheduled.
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