Wind farm construction nearly destroys Welsh Neolithic stone rows

Published on February 16th, 2012 | by Admin


Construction work on a wind farm in Wales came extremely close to destroying the Neolithic stone row on Betws Mountain.

“As it is, the row has been cut in two places by the windfarm access road.

“What does concern us is that at no time was anyone asked to carry out a basic survey of what’s visible on the ground.

“Potentially, this stone row is incredibly important – it looks like the type you get on Dartmoor.”

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Story: South Wales Guardian | Photo: Wikimedia Commons

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