Birkrigg Stone Circle Cumbria
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Above the village of Bardsea and overlooking Morecambe Bay. Birkrigg Stone Circle is on the east side of Birkrigg Common which has several other prehistoric sites on it.
In a lovely position Birkrigg is easy to get to and well worth a visit.
The circle has evidence of having been used for burial. Cremated human remains were found excavated in 1921. 95ft/29m at its widest point: Birkrigg/Druid's Circle comprises two concentric circles made up of 31 stones of up to 3ft/1m tall.