Heavy snow blocks roads and makes the journey to Stonehenge very difficult. English
Heritage and the ‘Round Table’ have decided to hold open access on the morning of
the 22nd, but Frank braved the conditions to experience a very special event:
At sunrise, the full moon was setting and at full eclipse.
In the Stone circle there was a feeling of peace harmony and balance. If Stonehenge
were a lake, this day it would be a mirror. Frank, assisted by Merlin, led ceremony
for around 100 people at sunrise, and without realising it entered history for leading
the first Druid ceremony at Stonehenge as part of a legally recognised religion since
before the Romans arrived.