so sadly we could not access the site but the previous by Carol B covers the place well,we shall try again out of season when in the area.
Otherwise known as 'The Longstone', this standing stone is situated in...read more
Otherwise known as 'The Longstone', this standing stone is situated in the middle of a field about 200 metres northeast of the settlement of Tremenheere, near St. Keverne. Indeed, the name of the hamlet comes from the stone in that 'Tremenheere' means 'farm or homestead of the long stone (menhir)' in Cornish. The 3 metre tall Standing Stone consists of the local gabbro rock rather than the more common granite and is best accessed via the public footpath between Tremenheere and Trevallack.