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Re: Modern not antiquarian
Aug 05, 2012, 09:36
The circle Is going to be used by a registered charity, trust now along various other facilities nearby. They provide an essential and comprehensive program for a number of groups, focussing mainly on severely handicapped people but also with a focus on people socially disadvantaged in some way.
The stones were from Suttles quarry but not quarried especially, they were already there waiting for us along with other off cuts. Julian Ruchards very kindly came along to the quarry to help chose the stones and also visit the site to suggest their positioning.
All things considered it felt better to do it this way, and to leave a monument for others to enjoy than to defend on an ancient circle in Dorset with all the concerns that come with large groups in these places. Im personally very protective of many of these sites and wouldn't want to see and damages to land or littering or whatever due to anything I'm involved with.

Well done again! Looks like you’ve done just about everything right on this one Mr t.
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