Westmorland Dales Landscape Partnership The Westmorland Dales Landscape Partnership Scheme aims to unlock and reveal the hidden heritage of the Westmorland Dales, enabling more people to connect with, enjoy and benefit from this inspirational landscape. Thanks to National Lottery players it has been supported by a grant from the Heritage Fund. With a Spring in our Step The last few months have tested us all with lockdown and short winter days. But there has been plenty to enjoy and celebrate too... Read more> Sign Up to our mailing list to receive our latest news, events and volunteering opportunities. Home About the Scheme Scheme Projects Heritage Talks News Resources Films Poetry Geology Grants Get Involved Contacts Gamelands Stone Circle Gamelands Stone Circle is a prehistoric embanked stone circle standing at the foot of Knott Scar in the Westmorland Dales, Cumbria. This prehistoric monument consists of c.40 stones of Shap pink granite with one of limestone. The boulders were set upright, probably by digging pits and moving them into place. It is not known when it was built, but stone circles generally date to the Late Neolithic and Early Bronze Age (c.2400-1000 BC).