12,000 people flocked to Stonehenge this morning to witness the sun rising over the stones for the summer solstice.Read the full story ›
Senior druid King Arthur Pendragon is angry at plans by English Heritage to charge people £15 to park at Stonehenge for the SolsticeRead the full story ›
While the summer solstice may be all about the sun, the moon has been making its presence felt this year.
This stunning photo was taken at Stonehenge last night by Tim Daw of All Cannings near Devizes. It shows the nearly full moon viewed through two of the stones. The pink colour is caused by the refraction of the light through the earth's atmosphere.
The full moon should be even more spectacular tonight, the night of the Solstice, provided there's no cloud about.
This year there is a charge to park at The Summer Solstice. It is also an alcohol-free zone. Here's what you need to know.Read the full story ›
Thousands of people will be making their way to Stonehenge for tonight's summer solstice celebrations.Read the full story ›
A group of volunteers in London is conducting an experiment to find out just how the ancient monument came aboutRead the full story ›
It's been thirty years since Stonehenge and the Avebury stone circle were both established as World Heritage sites.Read the full story ›
Organisers say around 5,000 people attended Stonehenge to celebrate the Winter Solstice.
Despite the adverse weather, the rain cleared before everyone arrived at the stones - but the wind persisted.
Throughout the celebrations attendees spoke of the importance of people "coming together" to mark the occasion.
Thousands of worshippers have gathered at Stonehenge early this morning to take part in festivities marking the winter solstice.Read the full story ›
Druids and pagans are expected to be among thousands of people travelling to Stonehenge this morning to witness the sunrise on the shortest day of the year.
Last year, hundreds dressed in medieval clothing to celebrate the solstice, which marks the latest dawn and the point when the sun is at its lowest point in the sky.
The sun will rise over Stonehenge in Wiltshire at 8.04am this morning and English Heritage, which looks after the prehistoric monument, says it expects 5,000 people to attend the celebrations.