|Stanton Drew Main Stone Circle|
In 2009, Bath and Camerton Archaeological Society, under the careful guidance of Richard Sermon (County Archaeologist for BANES), carried out a geophysical survey of the cove. The cove is a name given to three stones outlying the stone circles – the findings indicated that these three stones were once part of a long barrow, a place where the ancient people used to bury their dead.
|Members of Bath and Camerton at The Cove|
|Flint Knapper in Action|
|Coil Pot Making|
For more details on the event this year please follow the link below
For the full and in-depth report on the geophysical survey findings please go to
Helen Harman - Collections Assistant