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The Leacet Hill circle stands on the edge of a plantation about 6km SE of Penrith. Described on the OS map as a stone circle, Leacet is not the usual contiguous ring of low slabs placed lengthwise around a central cairn. The stones stand upright, some of them relatively tall, and they have the wide regular spacing associated with true free-standing stone circles. There is a central flat-topped cairn and the stones are arranged around the edges of this.