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Toby Angel(l) is behind the building boom.<br />
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Building boom after 4000 years - Neolithic barrows are being built again as burial mounds for modern Britons.<br />
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Prehistoric tombs used to store the ashes of loved ones are being built on UK soil for the first time in thousands of years. <br />
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Until now Neolithic earth mounds built over the dead, known as long barrows, had not been used since around 2,000 BC. <br />
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The limestone frame covered in soil and grass was entirely handmade by a team of four stonemasons using traditional techniques over the course of five months. <br />
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The firm will be selling 400 plots, or niches, near Hail Weston, Cambs, for between £1,950 and £4,800.