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Tregwehelydd Standing Stone

Stryd y Facsen, Anglesey

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View across grazing lands towards Maen-y-goron

Photo by Eric Jones

Maen y goron (= crag of the crown) is the white house across the valley. The restored
Melin Llynnon Mill at Llanddeusant can be seen middle ground and, in the
background, left, is Mynydd-y-garn (hill of the cairn).
These fields are used mainly for the grazing of sheep.

In this photo the stone should be to the left, and it may be the stone that can be
 seen on the left, with two sign board by it, that at first appears to be a cow

A single bronze age standing stone that has split into three sections and is held together by bolts and clamps.

There are no photos on Geograph, Flickr, or Google images, not in Wikipedia, and I can't can see in aerial photos.

The Cadw website has 2 images of it, but you have to wait long enough for it to load.

It is shown on one site as flat stone about 5ft high with two metal bands around it.

A CADW book says it is an east west ridge and stands out from surrounding fields.

If you have a photo of this stone please let us have a copy.

Location: Tregwehelydd Standing Stone, Stryd y Facsen, Anglesey

Grid Reference: SH340831 Ceremonial County: Anglesey

Map Link: Multimap   Get-A-Map 

Aerial photo: Multimap

Getting there: From the A5025 at Llanfachraeth in the village centre take the road to Stryd y Facsen. At the next T junction take a right and then next left along this road get to the entrance of Tregwehelydd Farm on the left.

Access: As the farmer if you can park in his farmyard and from here follow the footpath, keeping close to the field edges for about 700 yards. The monument is ahead of you.
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Nearby Locations: Prysaddfed Burial Chamber Howell Watermill   Llynnon Mill
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Page Ref: Tregwehelydd Topic: Stone Circles Last Updated: 07/2010


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