Stonehenge Summer solstice car park opens on
20th june 19.00pm
Carpark Charge is £15 for cars and live in vehicles upto 19 seats
2 mile walk to stones from car park
drive off site by 12pm 21st june.
NO Booze allowed into stones
Free food will be given out by the Hare Krsnas
or you can buy dead animals in a bread roll for £10
at the Rip off burger stalls
No tents or sleeping bags allowed into stones only a blanket
selfie sticks may be taken away by Security as its a lethal weapon as Security said to me last year
no umbrellas allowed or flag poles as G Dice George found out last year
dont climb Stones or draw on the Stones and behave correctly, by all means sing dance get your tits out and have fun, love peace and hugs David Firestar
English Heriticage will open their gates to our Stones around 5 a.m. ish on Monday 20th March 2017, when the equinox sun will rise East.
Some of us will be camping the night before in the track west of the Stones (entrance from Larkhill or left from the A303 driving towards Amesbury – if coming the other way pass the Stones and U-turn at the roundabout).
Please bring firewood and drums!
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Stonehenge solstice sunrise will be at about 8.15 a.m on Wednesday 21st December 2016 – (though it may be cloudy)
English Heriticage will open a carpark around 5.30 a.m. from where you can walk or catch a shuttle bus to the Stones. And there are special buses from Amesbury and Salisbury.
But access to the drove from the dangerous A303 entrance is closed and from the Larkhill north end will be closed from around sunset Tuesday, there will be access through the English Heriticage Car Park to the drove until about midnight, then there’s nowhere to park until about 6 a.m.
At least that’s what I understood from a planning meeting I went to at Amesbury recently, seems a bit mad to me!
Check out one of the many facebook groups for more uptodate information.
2016 Autumn Equinox Open Access will be around 06.15 a. m. on the morning of Thursday the 22nd September, assuming good ground conditions. Park safely in the area, allowing space for blue badge holders.