Calanish Stones

Sarah and the Stones

Sarah and the Stones

The Calanish stones are the second most important Neolithic monument in the UK. Each year, thousands of people visit the stones. Theories abound as to why the stones were erected; the powers that be call them ‘an ancient site of community interest’.

Dancing druids, stone huggers, or hamper campers; they all visit, and because the place is so ancient and enigmatic, many people are freed by the theatre of the stones.

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