Monthly Archives: April 2018

Stonehenge World Heritage Status at Risk

Highways England has been surveying the proposed site of the controversial Stonehenge tunnel since plans for the 1.8-mile (2.9km) underground dual carriageway as part of a £1.6bn upgrade of the A303, linking the M3 to the M5, were unveiled by … Continue reading

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Earth Day 2018

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New Henge Discovered in Northamptonshire?

An archaeological site thought to be 4,000 years old has been fully unearthed by work to extend an industrial estate. Construction work uncovered the henge, which is 100m (330ft) in diameter, at Warth Park in Raunds, Northamptonshire. An aerial photo showing … Continue reading

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World Heritage Day 2018

International Day for Monuments and Sites 18 April 2018 is World Heritage Day,  one day set aside each year to celebrate the history and heritage of the human race and celebrate all the worlds cultures, and to bring awareness to important … Continue reading

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The Power of Centre

Rediscovering Ancient Cosmology and the Celtic Goddess at the Omphalos Sites of the British Isles A new book by Gary Biltcliffe and Caroline Hoare After visiting many Celtic sites around Europe, Gary Biltcliffe and Caroline Hoare discovered that these ancient tribes … Continue reading

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