Lamarsh

This ancient village in the Stour valley has a Saxon name and a Norman church, but its roots may be much older. Beside a farm track leading to the river lie a pair of sarsen stones, seemingly abandoned. Sarsen stones usually mark a prehistoric sacred site.

Notes on Lamarsh

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A quiet place, with echoes of violence
  
Neolithic stones  Near Edgars Farm, Lamarsh : Lamarsh, neolithic, stone
1 Neolithic stones
Sarsen stones on Stour Valley Way  Near Edgars Farm, Lamarsh : Lamarsh, neolithic, stone
2 Sarsen stones on Stour Valley Way
River Stour - Lamarsh  The WWII pillbox overlooking the Stour is one of many sited along the riverside meadows. They formed a continuous line from the coast around Colchester up to Sudbury, and  beyond, and were part of the defensive network known as the Eastern  Command Line.  This 'Stop Line' defence was constructed to slow or halt German forces invading the country via the North East Essex coast : Lamarsh, Stour, River, pillbox
3 River Stour - Lamarsh