|Large Pic 93Kb|
|NJ 659 268 (Pub.)||Diameter 25.6m (Pub.)|
|Visited Aug 1987|
Nine stones of an estimated original thirteen stand at Hatton today including the recumbent and eastern flanker. From the appearance of the recumbent and the surviving flanker, it seems likely that the two stones have been deliberately shaped for a close fit. The ring cairn at Hatton is unusual, although some 21m in diameter with tall outer kerbs, the cairn was only 1.5m thick, enclosing a kerbed inner space 19.5m in diameter. Early excavations revealed finds of charcoal, cremated bone and pot sherds.