Five Kings in Northumberland
Over 80 sites have been visited this year. During the coming months the gazetteer entries for these sites will be updated and hopefully it will also be possible to improve the research pages to reflect the results from this fieldwork. Amongst the sites looked at are:
Auldearn, Benjamy, Brwyno-Canol, Bryntwppa, Bryn-y-Maen, Burford Down, Butterdon E., Cantrell, Capel Rhos, Carreg Llwyd, Carreg Wen Fawr Y Rugos, Cefn Gwernffrwd Row I, Cefn Gwernffrwd Row II, Chains Valley, Cheriton Ridge SE, Cheriton Ridge, Central Cheriton Ridge, North , Commonbank, Court Stone Row 1, Court stone row 2, Craig-Y-Fan Ddu, Culbone Hill, Cut Hill, East Pinford, Five Kings, Fonllech, Furzehill Common 2, Furzehill Common 3, Furzehill Common 5, Gallowhill Wood, Gray Hill, Harolds Stones, Hoccombe Coombe, Kenidjack Common, Kittuck Hill, Lanacombe 1, Lanacombe 5, Lluest Uchaf, Longstone Barrow, Madacombe, Minions, Mynydd Clywedog, Mynydd Dyfnant, Nant-Y-Wern, North Regis Common, Pen y Garreg, Porlock Allotment, Porlock Common NE, Porlock Common SW, Rhos y Beddau, Rhos y Gelynen, Saith Maen WSW, Sharp Tor NE, Sherberton Row, Squallacombe, Stalldown SE1, Standingstone Rigg, The Shearers, Thornworthy Little Common, Threestoneburn House, Tom nan Carragh, Tom’s Hill, Tre Heslog, Trehudreth Downs, Trelow Downs, Trout Hill 3, Tryfel Stones, Warcombe Water, West, White Ladder, Wilmersham Common, North, Wilmersham Common, South, Winnaway
Only three sites await a first visit and these are: Rinns Of Shurdimires and Giants’ Stones, Hamna Voe on Shetland and White Moor on the Gower in South Wales. Apart from these all the plausible, probable and possible rows identified from documentary sources have been examined.