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The Stonehenge road plan is back again!

This website is an archive of the original campaign against a new highway through the Stonehenge World Heritage site, which ended in 2007 when the plan was defeated. Since then, the plan to drive a highway through the World Heritage Site has been resurrected! It is, once again, being fought by the excellent Stonehenge Alliance, representing archaeological, environmental, and transport groups committed to protecting the World Heritage Site and solving transport problems in a sustainable way. Please note that this website is a frozen archive of the old campaign and it is no longer updated. For the latest news about the current campaign, please check out the new Stonehenge Alliance website.

6 December 2007

World Heritage Site SAVED from roadbuilding scheme!

“...barbaric... No other country in the world would contemplate treating a site which is a world icon in such a way.” Lord Kennet

Stonehenge by Ian Britton copyright (c) freefoto.com
Picture by Ian Britton from FreeFoto.com

One of the world's most famous heritage sites, Stonehenge, was threatened by a massive and highly destructive road-building scheme:

The plan was finally scrapped
on Thursday, 6 December 2007.

Saving a few minutes of motorists' time
is less important than preserving 5000 years of history.

Thank you for helping us stop this!

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