20/06/2018 Posted by admin

WINTER SOLSTICE June 21 LIGHT a bonfire, toast some marshmallows, stir the mulled wine, sing and dance in the firelight – at last we can celebrate the longest night of the year. Why? Because the days start to get longer from here on and the darkness of winter will soon be behind us. Winter solstice is celebrated in many cultures in the world often involving large fires, family gatherings, dancing and ongoing feasting on delicacies like goat tripe and or dried figs. The aim is to drive off the winter blues, reset the internal clock and rekindle the spirits. How about a beanie tossing competition?
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