Stone stackers at ancient sites could face jail, warns Historic England

13 September 2017 @16:13 | The Guardian
Pastime of creating ‘fairy castles’ is feared to be putting protected monuments such as Stowe’s Hill in Cornwall at risk The public body responsible for looking after some of England’s most historic places has issued a stern warning to people who indulge the art of stone stacking in protected spots. continue...


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