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Alfred Watkins day


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Penwith Moot 03/20


21/8/19

New: Forum


10/8/19

Moot & AGM


21/9/18

Autumn Convention


1/9/18

Web-site update


12/8/18

Rothbury Moot April


8/8/18

Pewsey Convention


16/9/17

Pop-up moot


20/7/17

IoW Moot



The Society was formed in 1999 amongst subscribers to The Ley Hunter, a bi-monthly magazine which had started up in 1962 along with the Ley Hunter Club. It in turn being successor to The Old Straight Track Club of 1925.


A newsletter, the Society’s journal, is published to members against a subscription covering four issues.


Generally two moots per year are organised, visiting locations of interest.


So what is a Ley?

The term was originally coined by Alfred Watkins to describe an alignment or direct linear connection between several places on the terrestrial landscape. It has now been expanded to cover a multiplicity of types of relationships.

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