Monthly Archives: February 2020

The Rollright Trust acquires the King Stone

Divided by a road and individual landowners for hundreds of years, now for the first time in recorded history the complete Rollright Stones complex has come together under common ownership with the Rollright Trust now acquiring the King Stone. Traditionally … Continue reading

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Stonehenge Tunnel Petition Handed in to Government

A petition with 50,000 signatures calling on the Government not to damage the Stonehenge landscape with any further road upgrade plans has been handed into No 10 Downing Street this afternoon. A decision is said to be imminent on the … Continue reading

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Megalithomania Conference 2020 

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The Bridestones

The Bridestones is a prehistoric chambered burial cairn, near Congleton, on the Staffordshire-Cheshire border, constructed around five thousand years ago. Debate goes on as the origin of the name of this ancient tomb; one story claims it was named after … Continue reading

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