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Code of Conduct for Round Table

ROUND TABLE GROUP CODE OF CONDUCT (May 2018)

  • Prepare for the meeting by reading the agenda, papers and any emails before the meeting.
  • In order for all points on the agenda to be heard – try to be concise.
  • Contribute positively to the discussions.
  • Speak truthfully and do not deliberately misrepresent and misquote an individual (whether they are a RTG attendee or outside the meeting).
  • Listen to other people’s views respectfully and don’t talk over others when they are speaking.
  • Discourage side conversations to enable everyone to concentrate on the meeting.
  • Agree to differ on issues where a ‘consensus’ is not reached.
  • Commit to sharing the information exchanged with your external groups and organisations
  • Actions from meetings to be distributed within 2 weeks of the meeting taking place
  • Aggressive behaviour, swearing or insults won’t be tolerated by the group.
  • Attendees unable to abide by the Code of Conduct may be issued with a warning and can be asked to leave; in extreme circumstances the meeting will be ended.

Summer Solstice Sunrise Thursday 21st June – Stonehenge?

Stonehenge Summer Solstice 2017
Stonehenge Summer Solstice 2017

Hopefully there will be a mini festival nearby from Tuesday,
details on a poster is here.

Dave Sanger’s horsedrawn stage should be there with many acts (but no electric amplification)

English Heriticage’s carpark opens at 7pm Wednesday 20th June 2018 with a £15 charge per car and a mile walk to the Stones, with disabled buses.

However access is free if you walk, cycle or get a bus.

Some of us will try to park at Woodhenge
(north of the Amesbury roundabout)
and walk the five miles to the Stones.

There will be police with guns, and searches.

English Heritcage’s page is here

Have fun !

Stonehenge Summer Solstice 2017
Stonehenge Summer Solstice 2017

 

Summer Solstice 2017 Stonehenge: Sunset Tuesday 20 June, Sunrise Wednesday 21 June

Stonehenge photo by David Firestar
Stonehenge photo by David Firestar

Summer Solstice 2017 Stonehenge: Sunset Tuesday 20 June, Sunrise Wednesday 21 June

Stonehenge Summer solstice car park opens on
20th june 19.00pm
Carpark Charge is £15 for cars and live in vehicles upto 19 seats
Motorbikes £5
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


Lots of Stonehengey places on facebook – like
Stonehenge Free Festival Campaign

See English Heriticage’s site at:
http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/places/stonehenge/plan-your-visit/summer-solstice/#

Stonehenge photo by David Firestar
Stonehenge photo by David Firestar