Please forward this error screen pagan chat room 208. The site in Lampeter, south west Wales, which includes an altar and fire pit, was found destroyed earlier this month after thugs used weapons to cause ‘as much damage as possible’.
This is a place of worship. Police are investigating the ‘malicious’ destruction of a pagan stone circle destroyed in what they fear was a religious hate attack. The site in Lampeter, south-west Wales, which includes an altar and fire pit, was found destroyed earlier this month after thugs used weapons to cause ‘as much damage as possible’. Police believe the attackers could have used crow bars and pick axes, with speculation that the attack could have been religiously motivated. The damage sustained to the pagan circle was so extensive police were forced to close off the temple and surrounding areas amid health and safety fears.
They come in different shapes and sizes, with some oval and others circular, measuring up to 400 metres across. The steps giving access to the site, in the grounds of the town’s Trinity Saint David University campus, were also torn apart. Members of the University of Lampeter’s Pagan Society described the attack as ‘disgusting’ and ‘heartbreaking’. Lampeter PC Richard Marshall told a town councillors meeting last week the site had been ‘maliciously taken apart’ and is now unsafe to use.