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G2 Shortcuts feature on the landscape restoration work at Stonehenge.
Some good Anglo-Saxon values for Mitt Romney
If Romney wants to rebuild the special relationship on Anglo-Saxon values, what might that mean exactly?
The joy of a proper picnic
Those of us with picnicking at the very core of our being lay out rugs come rain, wind or snow.
Why I hate summer
Why can’t we accept hot weather doesn’t belong here?
Why illuminating Stonehenge is an unenlightened idea
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Witchcraft in the full moon
In the first of a monthly series exploring curious and uncommon corners of Britain, Ian Vince visits Avebury
Fired by ancient zeal in Cornwall
Continuing his series on the curious, Ian Vince pays his respects to the sun in Cornwall
A small sacrifice for a Long Man
The curious Ian Vince is willing to go to huge lengths to join a hillside pagan ritual
Hallowe'en: A chilly welcome from mine ghost
Ian Vince books in for a spooky night out in pursuit of the paranormal
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