Free event celebrating the 40th Anniversary of the Gatekeeper Trust
at the Rollright Stones located on the Oxfordshire and Warwickshire border:
the ancient Gateway to the Sovereignty of the Land..
A true sovereign is a guardian of the land – a guardian of the Holy Grail – a Swan.
Morning talks & discussions at Long Compton Village Hall, picnic lunch, afternoon visiting the Rollright Stones, finishing with tea and conclusion at Long Compton Village Hall.
Talks and site visits led by Peter and Sarah Dawkins.
10:30 – 18:00
For those who wish to go further, we will travel through the Swan landscape temple from Long Compton to Brailes, the heart of the Swan, for dinner at The George Inn.
For those who can stay on overnight (either at The George or nearby) and for the next day (Sunday 23 July), after breakfast we will travel on through the throat area of the Swan landscape to Compton Verney, the throat/alta major of the Swan, a place well worth visiting.
The day will conclude in the afternoon.
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There will be an opportunity for participating in your own landscape for those unable to attend and the talks will be recorded for sharing the event to mark 40 years of the Gatekeeper Trust.