Independently run by local members of druids this event is part of a series of 8 which explore and deepen awareness of earth-centred spiritual heritage, symbolically celebrating the wheel of the year.
At the Summer Solstice the sun is at the height of its power and nature’s response is a splendid display of colour and fragrance. Known in contemporary druidry as ‘Alban Hefin’, meaning ‘Light of the Summer Shore’ – when the tide of light has reached its high water mark, though tinged with some sadness because from now on the sun’s strength will begin to ebb as we enter the waning year.
Admission free – donations appreciated. Parking for this event is in the Top-up Car-park shared with Dilston Scouts – directions.