Good old BBC news, up with the birds and in deepest Wiltshire, reporting that the Solstice went very smoothly at Stonehenge last night…

A record crowd of about 36,500 revellers has welcomed the dawn of the Summer Solstice at Stonehenge.

The number of people attending the event caused roads in the area to become gridlocked in the hours leading up to sunrise at 0458 BST.

Druid ceremonies took place alongside music and Morris dancing, however overcast skies obscured the sun.

Police praised the crowd and said there had been only 25 arrests for minor disorder and drug offences.

Sam Edwards, from Wiltshire police, said: “We are very pleased everything went to plan.

“The atmosphere has been very good, especially around the stones.”

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