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The summer solstice isn’t just for Druids and Stonehenge hippies; everyone can celebrate the Earth getting up-close and personal with the Sun. This celestial movement happens once a year and results in the longest day out of all 365 of them. This year it falls on Friday June 21 2019 and to help you make the most of all that glorious daylight, we’ve pulled together a guide to packing the hours with fun. So stay put and do your sun-worshipping in the capital.
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