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The Rollright Stones

Once upon a time, or so the middle ages legend has it, a king came to the Rollrights in the Cotswolds with an ambition to become kind of England but was challenged by a witch who put a stop to his desire by turning him and his men into stones. 223 more words


The Rollright Stones, Oxfordshire

My recent trip to the Costwolds turned out to be filled with magic, and what better place to end my visit than the wonderfully atmospheric Rollright Stones. 487 more words


A uniquely powerful and beautiful inspired Visionary Guide to the ancient Sacred Places of Britain

Book Review:

Heather Charnley Sacred Sites and Places of Power

This beautiful A4 size book shows off Heather Charnley’s exalted sacred earth spiritual art to such great advantage. 136 more words

Which is the best day out - Stonehenge or The Rollrights?

Just to remind you. On Sunday 14th September you have a choice:

You can pay £13.90 to slowly circumnavigate Stonehenge at a respectful distance with thousands of others in a scene reminiscent of Napoleon’s retreat from Moscow but less cheerful… 91 more words

Ancient Monuments

Megameet Picnic at the Rollright Stones

We’re holding a Heritage Journal picnic at the Rollright Stones, Oxfordshire on Sunday 14th September. All are welcome. Just pop along from about midday and bring lots of food and chat – and some megalithic books to swap if you’d like. 92 more words


The Rollright Stones, Oxfordshire...

A gap in the hedge, a slip in time…

When I go to old houses, castles or ruined abbeys, I’m usually caught up in the history of the place, the who’s, what’s and when’s. 420 more words


The King's Stone, the King's Men and the Whispering Knights: The Rollright Stones Explored

Today was the first day of a long expedition with two of my offspring to explore places of antiquity and folklore connected to the Past in its Place project.  1,198 more words

Archaeologies Of Death And Memory