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Spinal Tap may have been onto something decades ago when the mock-rockers recorded their song "Stonehenge" -- a new study has revealed the ancient site could have been used as a "prehistoric centre for rock music."
2 December 2013 0 View comments A father and son have created their own DIY Stonehenge with seven foot stones on their family farm. The stone arrangement, which includes rocks weighing up to two tonnes, was erected by Tom Mason and his son Richard on
1 December 2013 0 View comments Snow will descend on Britain this week as the country faces a sweep of freezing temperatures. Temperatures will feel as low as -9C on Friday as a cold sweep moves in from the north, the Met Office revealed. The freeze
The medieval interior spectacularly comes to life as the cathedral choir march through the aisles brandishing almost 1,300 flickering candles. These stunning pictures show the dramatic effect created by the candles as they pass through the
Since the 1920s, researchers have been digging on the Preseli Hills in a place called Carn Meini to determine how the bluestone from Wales travelled 190 miles to the heart of south-west England. But the latest study suggests that Stonehenge
Dolerites found on the hill of Carn Goedog, pictured, match those used to build the ancient monument. However, it is still not known how the large stones travelled the 160 miles from South Wales to Amesbury, where Stonehenge was built A paper
Stories An aerial view of a rude-looking church isn't the only building getting attention. The spotlight has now fallen on a housing estate in rural England, which was built in the shape of a Nazi swastika. Even worse, the estate is in the British
16 November 2013 0 View comments A housing estate has been built in the shape of a swastika in a British town twinned with Germany. The council estate in Devizes, Wiltshire, is in the shape of the most hated symbol of the 20th century. Tony Bolwell,
11 November 2013 0 View comments A sea fern has grown in a landlocked area for the first time after its unique marine habitat was created by the amount of salt spread on the roads...The withered plant, 40 miles from the nearest coastline, is thought
5 November 2013 7 View comments A hospital is paying staff a 65 reward every time they work overtime in a desperate bid to overcome the winter crisis. The Great Western Hospital in Swindon, Wiltshire, has introduced the extra financial incentives'