This is a Bronze Age site of some 5000 years old which consisted of quite a large population of people, some history from the site has suggested the site is older than Bronze age by the discovery of a Palaeolithic hand axe found about a mile from the pound. This is such a large historic part of the moor with 4 stone rows, stone circles and cairns all around this area. As it’s name suggests this site sits on the banks of the River Erme about 3 miles north of Piles Copse. This Pound has a number of large walled circles and a number of leftover hut foundations, there is also a stone row at the southern end. This site sits over 400 metres above sea level and is probably reached easiest by dropping down from the Two Moors Way path above although the areas around it are covered with tufty horrid grass.