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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
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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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