Within a short distance of Stonehenge there is the site of Woodhenge. This henge was discovered in 1925 using aerial photography. It is not as preserved as the stones are at Stonehenge as the wood used has rotted and can no longer be seen. However, the site has produced some interesting finds such as pottery and a “fabricator”, which was used to start fires with the sparks that came from it. The site consists of six concentric circles or pits and a grave in the centre. These pits are believed to have contained large, oak timbers. Close by this site there is another large sarsen boulder known as the “Cuckoo Stone”. Woodhenge is part of this great sacred site, as is Durrington Walls. This sacred landscape needs to be viewed as a whole as each part inter-relates and reveals more about how the site was used by our ancestors. Why not take a trip, see for yourself and hear the most up-to-date knowledge that considers WHO they were, WHERE they stayed, WHEN did they come and WHAT they did WHEN when they got there!

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