It's certainly possible ,earliest wooden whels discovered in UK date from 1255 BC , Blair Drummond just outside Stirling .
oh thank you sir,
this is a bit of cannon fodder that i can use.
this is interesting and perhaps someone will find an even older wooden wheel that was used as a roller on the stonehenge mill........perhaps they have already found it and not known what it was ,and did not call it a wheel because it looked like a short fat log with a worn hole through it from end to end. you could be sure it was a stonehenge granary roller if it is about 3 or 4 feet long and slightly tapered. the taper when compared to the stonehenge sarsen circle will exactly match what is needed to freely travel once around the full circle. i would estimate that the rollers at stonehenge were about 3 to 4 feet in diameter also.