The Society of Ley Hunters will be busy erecting a Standing Stone in a corner of Humber Woodland of Remembrance next weekend (Saturday 27th September).

It is to commemorate Alfred Watkins’ discovery of Leylines – which took place at nearby Blackwardine, 30th June 1921, when he noted on the map a straight line starting from Croft Ambrey, through Blackwardine and on to Stretton Grandison.

The stone will be standing beside the cross-road, close to the site of an earlier stone. The work will impede access down the track to our car park for a few hours on Saturday 27th September.

We hope no-one will be inconvenienced – do come and have a look at it when it’s finished.

Learn more about The Society of Ley Hunters here.