A rectangular enclosure (KE045-009001-) situated on a steep SSW facing slope at the head of the E-W valley that separates Flemingstown mountain from the central mountain range.
Cross-slab (KE045-009003-): This stands near the SE corner of the enclosure and measures 1.13m in height, c. 0.36m in width and c. 0.16m in thickness. The SW face bears an equal- armed cross within a circle, each quadrant thus formed being occupied by a small saltire cross. The lower arm continues beyond the circle and appears to terminate with a scroll or pelta-like motif which is only faintly discernible. The NE face bears a simple equal-armed cross.
Two stones set on edge and a large prostrate slab lie W and S of the cross but their function is not known.