A simple stone, all on its own, decorating the entrance to a household drive...? So it appears.
But the truth is never as simple as it looks. Around this ordinary-looking boulder weaves a web of legend.
This mysterious 'Webb Stone' in Bradley has many legends associated with it, mostly to do with virgins and livestock (aren't they all??). It is even said to spin round occasionally - giving it its other title of The Wanderer -, though no one has lived to report a sighting of such.
Its 'proper' history indicates that it may (or may not) have come from a local, ancient stone-circle, now dispersed, or perhaps was a Saxon boundary stone. There are certainly other similar stones (all glacial boulders) to be seen elsewhere in this village.
Rather incongruously, it sits forlornly by the side of the road, unlabelled. Though... unmoved.