Shoulder Of Mutton Wood

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Photo kindly provided by Mark Power (Kent History Forum).

The Shoulder of Mutton Wood is a semi-natural ancient woodland which contains a Bronze Age burial mound and a furnery monument dating from between 1500 and 1100 BC.

The monument can be found in the northern part of the wood.

The wood is passed by the North Downs Way and the Medway Valley Way. The Woodland Trust has also created a circular walk around the southern section of the wood.

Photo kindly provided by Mark Power (Kent History Forum).

Approximate location marked by the red circle. © OpenStreetMap Contributors.

Hurricane Damage

Click on the photos above to enlarge. Photos kindly provided by Roger Webb.


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