The Hurlers - Cornwall's answer to Stonehenge! Three fine late Neolithic or early Bronze Age stone circles arranged in a line, a grouping unique in England. Probably the best examples of ceremonial circles in the south west, they are traditionally reputed to be the remains of men petrified for playing 'hurling' on a Sunday.
The Fairy Stone - The Seven Stones of Hordron, also known as Hordron Stone Circle, is a prehistoric megalithic monument. It is located on Hordron Edge Moor, in the Peak District National Park, Derbyshire.
A very hard frost had occurred overnight turning the ground white with rime. Then as the sun rose, the thin layer of Stratocumulus cloud that was sitting over Blencathra exploded into a fiery sea of colour. Fire and Ice - a perfect combination. Castlerigg Stone Circle. Alan Novelli
Stanton Drew, Somerset. Standing stone - part of the Stanton Drew stone circle.The village preserves the third largest collection of standing stones in England. Yet, perhaps because it lies off the beaten track, its remarkable prehistoric stone circles have not received the same level of interest and exploration as the more famous examples at Avebury and Stonehenge. This obscurity, and the lack of modern intrusions into their surroundings, have protected their solitude and character.
Avebury is a Neolithic henge monument containing three stone circles which is located around the village of Avebury in Wiltshire, south west England. Unique amongst megalithic monuments, Avebury contains the largest stone circle in Europe, and is one of the best known prehistoric sites in Britain. It is currently used as both a tourist attraction and a place of religious importance to contemporary Pagans.