It's 20 years, since the major trashing of my community, travelling on the way the make the "Peoples Free Festival of Albion" at Stonehenge.
It was a regular event on the calender. A little different to the 'managed access event' on the solstice, currently on offer from English Heritage.
The full story of these events from June 1985, I've described in a previous post at:
On Wednesday 20th April, the exhibition moved to The Sumac Centre in Nottingham. It is up until Thursday 12th May
Opening with a showing of "Operation Solstice": a film describing the events of the day, and what we did about it.
There was also a talk by Andy Worthington, author of "Stonehenge - Celebration and Subversion"
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