Mitchell's Fold stone circle, near Priest Weston in Shropshire, sits on the long ridge of Stapeley Hill.
It was constructed more than 3,000 years ago and originally contained about 30 stones, of which 15 are still visible.
The tallest stone was formerly one of a pair and together they would have provided an impressive entrance into the circle.
Folklore says that during a time of famine a benevolent fairy gave the local people a magic cow which provided an endless supply of milk.
A condition was that each person could take only one pail-full at a time.
However one night a witch milked the cow using a sieve, and the cow became dry. The cow immediately disappeared and all the people died miserably.
The witch - called Mitchel - was then turned to stone, and a circle of stones was put up around her to prevent her from escaping.