The area around one of the island’s most important archaeological monuments, the Neolithic stone circle at Meayll Hill, Rushen, has been badly churned up by four-wheel vehicles and motorcyclists over the Christmas period.
Damage caused by vehicle use on land at the Meayll Peninsular, Rushen [Credit: IOM Today]
Port Erin resident Philip Maddrell, who walks there several times a week, said something should be done to protect the area.
‘It’s just spoiling it for everybody,’ he said. ‘Also [motor] bike riders were up the top, it’s a public right of way. It’s a damn nuisance. They churn it up.’
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