Nearest Town: Keynsham, Gloucestershire
OS Grid Reference: ST 600 633
Directions: Adjacent to the village of Stanton Drew, off the B3130. Signposted, small car park, honesty box.
Site Notes: A quite incredible site, that barely anyone knows about. This is to be ranked with Avebury, Stonehenge and Callanish. We have one massive circle, two adjoining smaller circles, a cove in the grounds of the village pub (above, right), and several outlying stones, one of which is the broken stump of Hautevilles quoit. Additionally, recent survey by English Heritage has revealed the remains of a massive wooden complex underneath the main circle. It is a tragedy that this site is not properly looked after, and is instead left to the sheep to keep the grass down, if any site outside of Avebury deserved the full interpretation and visitor centre this is it. Then again, maybe its for the best-it gives you a chance to have this enormous site to yourself and to dream of what was.