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Was Stonehenge a temple for sun worship, a healing centre, a burial site or perhaps a huge calendar? How did our ancestors manage to carry the mighty stones from so far away and then, using only the most primitive of tools, build this amazing structure? Surrounded by mystery, Stonehenge never fails to impress. Distance from Shaftesbury to Stonehenge is 25 miles

Key Bike Rack.. The CHIAVE bike stand is made entirely in 7 mm thick zinced and polyester powder coated steel, with two key shaped pieces set side-by-side, spaced at 63mm by two stainless steel elements complete with antitheft fixings. This shape also includes a Ø 80 hole to allow a secure place to attach a lock and bike frame. Ground fixing is with a Ø 40mm end tube, rigidly welded to the structure, or with base plate and bolts (not included). Dimensions H 895mm, L 386mm.

Museum of the jewellery quarter in Birmingham. This is AMAZING... dreamy for a jeweler! <3 uploaded by Prisha Brown....I need to go to this!!!!

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For use as a matching game or a worksheet, a set of 7 3D shape image cards with matching property descriptions. A great way to assess children’s knowledge of shape properties. Also available for 2D shapes.:

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Ancient footprints found in peat at Borth beach

Borth beach in mid west Wales ~ child footprints from BRONZE AGE ~ (3,000+ years ago) The area pictured once was a forest which was gradually waterlogged with peat growth. A number of finds in the area included a Mesolithic composite tool of antler, two flints, an auroch (extinct ox) skeleton and a piece of antler.