'Robin Heath - Exploring our megalithic culture and the link between the Preseli Bluestone and Stonehenge'
Sunday 24th March until Wednesday 27th March 2019
In association with..
3 Nights B&B @ Cnapan
2 Days Exploring/Walking with VIP Wales and talks and discussions from Robin Heath
Packed Lunches on both days
Three Course Evening Meal on your Last Night (Guests to make own arrangements for dinner on other two nights)
All transport costs to and from the various sites.
Dates: Arrive Sunday 24th March 2019 and Depart Wednesday 27th March 2019 Prices: £260 per person based on two people sharing £360 for single occupancy Numbers: Limited to a maximum of 16 people. To reserve a place, please email VIP Wales or call 07496 057269 The final day will involve an 8 mile walk along the Golden Road on the top of the Preselis visiting the locations from where the Stonehenge Bluestones were quarried.
Arrival Day Sunday 24th March 2019
16:00 – 17:30 Welcome at Cnapan, Robin Heath to meet guests and give a presentation
Day 1 Monday 25th March 2019
10:00 VIP Wales to provide transport and collect guests from Cnapan
10:20 Tour and inspection of local megalithic structures (Transport provided by VIP Wales)
12:30 Light lunch – Packed lunch provided by Cnapan
13:00 VIP Wales to will return guests to Cnapan
Day 2 Tuesday 26th March 2019
9:00 VIP Wales to provide transport and collect guests from Cnapan
9:30 Arrive at Foel Drygarn
-Walk and Talk with Robin along the Golden Road - Refreshments provided by VIP Wales
14:00 Depart from Bwlch Gwynt Car Park (Transport provided by VIP Wales)
14:30 Arrive at Pentre Ifan -Lunch, debrief and Q&A session with Robin.
16:00 Return to Cnapan
18:30 Three course evening meal at Cnapan
Departure Day Wednesday 27th March 2019
Further information on Robin Heath: Robin Heath was an industrial engineer and a senior lecturer prior to changing his career to that of exploring our megalithic culture. For over thirty years, through eleven published works, his research has since refuted the 'Howling Barbarian' view of Neolithic achievements, and aligns with the view of the astronomer Professor Fred Hoyle, that the megalith builders were meticulous observers of the night sky, calculated using numbers, and communicated sophisticated astronomical knowledge from generation to generation. In addition, Robin has brought to light previously unknown geometrical connections between individual monuments across large landscapes, and recovered the measurement systems and geodetic techniques that suggest how this was achieved. Through presentations, interactive tours, media appearances and his published works, Robin has revealed the prehistoric 'megalithic science' that has often been assumed absent or otherwise neglected by mainstream archaeology.
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