The links between the Preseli Hills and Stonehenge have been debated by archaeologists and geologists for many years, but a talk by Robin Heath at Castell Henllys Iron Age Village on Wednesday 19 October will provide a fresh perspective.
In his talk Discovering the original Stonehenge in the Preselis, the author and former lecturer will elaborate on his claim that he has found the original design for the world-famous Wiltshire monument in the North Pembrokeshire countryside.
Robin Heath will provide a new perspective on the legendary links between Stonehenge and the Preseli Hills in his talk at Castell Henllys on Wednesday 19 October.
Robin said: “Archaeologists are now looking for evidence of an original bluestone circle here in the Preseli Hills, looking for surviving stones which, if they geologically match those at Stonehenge, will prove that human intent moved them there.
“My illustrated presentation will explain how the original design has more to do with the Caer Sidi of Welsh legend and the motions of sun, moon and stars, than it has with how a few bluestones ever found their way to Salisbury Plain.”
Those attending the talk will also be able to purchase Robin’s latest book Temple in the Hills: The creation of Stonehenge in Preseli.
There will be a barbecue available before the talk from 5.30pm-7pm at a cost of £3.50. Booking is essential.
Tickets for Robin Heath’s talk Discovering the original Stonehenge in the Preselis, which will take place at 7.30pm on Wednesday 19 October, are £3.50 each. Booking is essential.
To reserve your space for the talk and/or barbecue call 01239 891319.
For more information on Robin Heath visit www.robinheath.info.
For more information about Castell Henllys visit www.castellhenllys.com.