The Millenium Circle, Ladywell, Kent
Millenium Stone Circle
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Near the top of the Hilly Fields open area, this echo of prehistoric stone circles was built to celebrate the start of the 21st Century.

It is comprised of twelve 400-million-year-old granite boulders brought from Mount Struie, near Inverness, with the two tall stones and the circle's central horizontal
flagstone all cut from Caithness flagstone, quarried close to Wick in Scotland's far north. It is a great shame about the damage and graffiti to the central flagstone.

Millenium Stone Circle
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Millenium Stone Circle
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Hilly Fields is only a 10 minute walk from the nearest station at Ladywell on the London to Hayes (Kent) line. Bus route 122 stops along the southern edge of Hilly Fields Park.

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