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Summer solstice 2022: What is it and how is it celebrated?
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21 June 2022
On 21 June 2022 BBC News reported:
The summer solstice is the longest day of the year -- that means it has the most hours of sunlight. In the northern hemisphere (where the UK is) in 2021 it falls on Tuesday 21 June. The summer solstice marks the end of spring and start of summer. It will end with the autumn equinox, which last year fell on 22 September.
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