Seahenge: A Journey by Kevin Crossley-Holland and Andrew Rafferty (Kailpot Press, 2019) is a collaborative arrangement of poems and photographs set in and around Seahenge, the Bronze Age timber circle on the coast, at Holme-next-the-Sea in Norfolk. That such a significant monument was only discovered in 1998 makes it all the more remarkable as an […]
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