Langridge Field

Notes: ‘Langridge’ is the more authentic name for ‘Long Ridge’.

This is “A squarish enclosure of 3.4 hectares and bounded by a crumbling drystone wall lies west of Stonetor Brook in Langridge Newtake. Within the enclosure are 1.5 hectares of ridge and furrow; the ridges measure 2.5m wide with a maximum height of 0.2m. The remaining part of the enclosed area is littered with small clearance cairns and stone pits.

Reference: Devon & Dartmoor Historic Environment Record

Acknowledgement: Special thanks to Glavind Strachan Photography for supplying the featured image, taken in some snow in January 2023.