Bowl barrow containing a Bronze Age primary inhumation and intrusive Early Medieval inhumations and cremation, some with grave goods, excavated in 1937. Palaeolithic handaxe, Neolithic axe and Romano-British pottery also recovered from the mound. farley (1992) has re-examined the records of the excavation and notes that of the 5 cremation pits discovered, none contaied any burnt human bone, and only 2 contained pots. One contained nothing but a hump-backed comb. The primary burial may have been disturbed by a secondary Saxon burial. There is one certain Saxon secondary inhumation. The comb cannot be associated with any cremation or inhumation.