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Primary Reference Number (PRN) : 2768 Trust : Dyfed Community : Brawdy Unitary authority : Pembrokeshire NGR : SM8536228671 Site Type (preferred type first) : Neolithic Chambered Tomb Status : Scheduled Monument
Summary : A rectangular stone chamber, 2m x 2m, formed by three large stones 0.7m high, with one on each side except to the N which is open. The massive capstone, which measures 2m x 1.6m x 0.9m, is displaced and rests partly on the ground in front of the chamber and partly on one of the uprights. The chamber itself contains loose stones, which have been cleared there from neighbouring fields. The chamber is currently located in an arable field cultivated for animal feed. Ploughing is undertaken to within 0.5m of the tomb. N Cook PFRS 2004