Mitchell's Fold Stone Circle

Mitchell's Fold Stone Circle is a Bronze Age monument constructed over 3,000 years ago, using dolerite stones.

The stone circle is comprised of 15 stones arranged in a rough circle. However, some people believe that there may once have been as many as 30 stones.

The tallest stone was once one of a pair and these would have formed the entrance into the circle. The remaining stone stands close to the line of the Southern moonrise.

Mitchell's Fold Stone Circle is located near the village of White Grit in the county of Shropshire in England.

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