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Summer solstice crowds flock back to Stonehenge after Covid hiatus

Pagans and party-goers head back to Salisbury Plain in their thousands as site reopens for annual festivities

A druid in flowing robes played a waltz on the bagpipes in the dappled shade of a tree as a band of pilgrims rested on the grass making crowns of summer flowers.

Three Buddhist monks strolled past while a group of men took off their T-shirts in the warm sunshine and drank lager, promising to carry on partying until the sun sets and rises again.

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