TOAL was from the public bridle way on the North side of the field above the long barrow. Note that the fields around the long barrow belong to a local farmer (which I met with).
Unlike, it's twin, West Kennet Long Barrow, there is very little known about this one. The local farmer informed me that East Kennet Long Barrow had collapsed long ago, and has not been excavated though there were some 19th century explorations. It is larger than West kennet, 106 metres x 50 metres, and there seems to be megaliths in the SE under the mound.
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Co-ordinates: 51.40058, -1.834216 • what3words: ///alleyway.carpeted.removers