Explore Gaunts


gauants river landscapeExtensive Woodland and wildlife
3 miles River Allen
River Springs
Etc. .

2 different types of Anaerobic Digesters
Ashton Lodge
Dairy farm
Football Club
Grain stores
Honeybrook Farm – open to the public for much of the year
St. Kenelms Church, Stanbridge, (redundant)
Local Social Club & Bar
Private Snooker Club
Ancient Temple Sites
Underground Nuclear Shelter, (abandoned)





The Dorset Starhenge rests in the grounds of Gaunts House and is in geometric triangulation with the sacred sites of Glastonbury, Avebury and Stonehenge. It is 84 feet in diameter with seven rings of six foot widths, beyond which is a ring of 24 trees. Conceived and designed by Don Conreaux, Starhenge is a modern megalithic installation laid out according to ancient geomantic specifications and fully landscaped. Starhenges lend themselves to special celebratory events such as Summer and Winter Solstice, and the Spring and Autumn Equinox, or at any propitious time when connecting with earth and sky are most meaningful.

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