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Entry from November 01, 2020
“A busy night at Stonehenge as workers move all the stones back one hour”

"A busy night at Stonehenge as workers move all the stones back/forward one hour” is a jocular daylight saving time saying that has been printed on several images. Stonehenge is a prehistoric monument in Wiltshire, England, that is believed to be astronomically aligned.

“Happy Summer Solstice! The day the Druids gather at Stonehenge to move the stones back an hour. #maynotbecompletelyaccurate” was posted on Twitter by Karl Minns on June 21, 2013. “The poor National Trust staff who will be working throughout the night to move the stones ‘forward’ an hour at Stonehenge. #lol” was posted on Twitter by Steve Chambers on March 26, 2016. “OK can we all stop with the ‘moving the stones back an hour’ memes now?” was posted on Twitter by Archdruid Eileen on October 30, 2016.


Wikipedia: Stonehenge
Stonehenge is a prehistoric monument in Wiltshire, England, two miles (3 km) west of Amesbury. It consists of a ring of standing stones, each around 13 feet (4.0 m) high, seven feet (2.1 m) wide, and weighing around 25 tons. The stones are set within earthworks in the middle of the most dense complex of Neolithic and Bronze Age monuments in England, including several hundred tumuli (burial mounds).

Wikipedia: Daylight saving time
Daylight saving time (DST), also daylight savings time or daylight time (the United States and Canada) and summer time (United Kingdom, European Union, and others), is the practice of advancing clocks during warmer months so that darkness falls later each day according to the clock. The typical implementation of DST is to set clocks forward by one hour in the spring ("spring forward") and set clocks back by one hour in autumn ("fall back") to return to standard time. As a result, there is one 23-hour day in late winter or early spring and one 25-hour day in the autumn.

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Karl Minns
@karlminns
Happy Summer Solstice! The day the Druids gather at Stonehenge to move the stones back an hour. #maynotbecompletelyaccurate
6:59 AM · Jun 21, 2013·Twitter Web Client

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Steve Chambers
@dannmilly
Replying to @ranvir01
@ranvir01 The poor National Trust staff who will be working throughout the night to move the stones “forward” an hour at Stonehenge. #lol
4:06 PM · Mar 26, 2016·Twitter for iPhone

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derek 10-5 hullkr
@derek1910
Thoughts go out to the national trust staff who worked in the night to move the stones forward an hour at Stonehenge its done twice a year
4:14 AM · Mar 27, 2016 from Hull, England·Twitter for Android

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Parsons Farm supplies ltd
@Parsonsfarmsups
They are busy at Stonehenge this morning moving the stones forward an hour
4:51 AM · Mar 27, 2016·Twitter for iPhone

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Jeff Croker
October 28, 2016 ·
A rare picture of the National Trust moving the stones back an hour at Avebury, ready for Sunday.

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Harry P.a.y.e
@HarryPaye
Spare a thought for the National Trust Volunteers who move the stones back 1 hour this weekend at various sites
6:45 AM · Oct 28, 2016·Twitter Web Client

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Andrew Lawton
@Lawton43
On Saturday night spare a thought for those of us who work through the night to move the stones back 1 hour at Avebury and Stonehenge.
10:02 AM · Oct 28, 2016·Twitter Web Client

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Archdruid Eileen
@ArchdruidEileen
OK can we all stop with the “moving the stones back an hour” memes now?
2:44 PM · Oct 30, 2016·TweetDeck

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B. Wheatley
@BenWheatley
Replying to @geofftech
Another busy night at all the British henge sites as staff work all night to move the stones back an hour
@geofftech
7:17 PM · Mar 25, 2017·Twitter for iPhone

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Another busy night at all the British henge sites as staff work all night to move the stones forward by an hour.
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Hala Fawzy
@7alafawzy
A busy night at Stonehenge as workers move all the stones forward ‘One hour’ Winking face
8:07 PM · Mar 24, 2018·Twitter for iPhone

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dave sutcliffe
@bigsutti
A busy day ahead at Stonehenge, as workers prepare to move all the stones back one hour........
5:41 AM · Oct 27, 2018·Twitter Web Client

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Peter Vermeulen
@pvermeul_peter
A busy night at Stonehenge as workers move all the stones forward one hour #timechange #wintertime #lol
1:31 AM · Nov 4, 2018·Twitter for iPad

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TheHeroFactory.com
@HeroFactoryRPGs
Busy, cold night at #Stonehenge as we move the stones back an hour.
2:11 PM · Nov 4, 2019·Twitter Web App

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Lonnie Kevin Clark Saint Paul
@LonnieSaintPaul
A busy night at Stone Henge as workers move all the stones forward one hour.
#DaylightSavingsTime
1:40 PM · Sep 21, 2020 from St Paul, MN·Twitter for Android

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Doc_M
@malcmorton
Spare a thought for the people in the Village of Longnor who have to move the stones back an hour #clocksgoback
2:15 PM · Oct 24, 2020·Twitter Web App

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Moneypenny 410
@E16Kat
Busy afternoon at Stonehenge, as workmen move all the stones back one hour
7:03 PM · Oct 24, 2020 from Langdon Lincewood Nature Reserve·Twitter for Android

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Historic Mysteries
@HistoricMystery
Stonehenge Timekeepers working hard to move the stones back one hour.  Don’t forget to change your clocks!
Visit us at https://historicmysteries.com
6:00 AM · Nov 1, 2020·SEMrush Social Media Tool

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im not right in the head.com
November 2, 2020 at 12:13 AM ·
Shared by Mark Hyde
ANOTHER BUSY NIGHT IN STONEHENGE, AS WORKERS STRUGGLE TO MOVE THE STONES BACK ONE HOUR

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityTime/Weather • Sunday, November 01, 2020 • Permalink