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Leek/derbyshire 'double Sunset'

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Once again the annual Double Sunset is viewable from many locations in Leek and the Derbyshire countryside. Glutton Bridge set to be the most favourable with the author of the 'double sunset' book Jeff Kent guiding talks on the Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.

This phenomenon will only last for the next 2700 years until the angular tilt becomes too great that reappearance from Chrome Hill and The cloud in Leek won't happen for another 10,000 years after that.

http://www.buxtonadvertiser.co.uk/news/your-chance-to-see-double-sunset-1-4651106

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