redhouse standings stones.
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these should be referred to as the redhouse standing stones, from the local farmhouse and not as the kerris stones as there the is another triangular stone by that name. these two very nice stones are not in the official monument record although they have been recorded by both mitchell and barnet in the 60’s. many of the close by have given up many finds spanning both the mesolithic and the neolithic so they are in good company. a feature of the fields in which they stand is the large number of stones set in the boundary ‘hedges’. one such can be seen just to the right of the stone. and at the far left of the photo along the boundary edge.