Professor Mike Parker Pearson, leading expert in British Neolithic archaeology, speaks out “Stonehenge tunnel sets a bad precedent”shares ... READ MORE
What are we campaigning for?
We are campaigning to stop the Government’s proposal to widen the A303 trunk road to the south west where it passes across the iconic ... READ MORE
Celebrating over 100,000 petitioners
Voices from our petitioners to celebrate exceeding a hundred thousand petitioners. "It’s an extraordinary site and GB should lead the field of preservation not destruction of our heritage,” said Helena W. Keep signing our petition until the autumn!
Petition isn't going away. Share it!
We are persisting with our petition until the final decision this autumn. Please can you share the petition with writers of blogs, magazines, managers of Facebook pages, travelogues, Trip Advisor or a newsletter? Here is the petition.
A303 Scheme sets dangerous precedent
Consortium of 22 experts led by Professor Mike Parker-Pearson wrote to Highways England “The UK has an international reputation for the quality of its heritage protection and enhancement; that reputation can only be maintained – setting the bar high enough to encourage others to reject large-scale damaging developments ...” READ HERE
Please can you pop a £ in the pot?
15 August 2018 - Thank you to everyone who responded to the supplementary consultation which has now closed. To campaign against the devastating 'expressway' we need money. Our work is donated voluntarity but we need to pay for publicity, professional advice and numerous sundry items. To donate please link here.
UNESCO's World Heritage Committee advise UK
Stonehenge was designated in 1986 by UNESCO as “Stonehenge, Avebury and Associated Sites World Heritage Site”. The Statement of Outstanding Universal Value explains why the WHS is of such importance to mankind... READ MORE
Watch! Weep! Protest!
Government intends to build a 4-lane road and tunnel in the heart of the Stonehenge World Heritage Site. Tom Holland explainsthe horror (1.11min) on a site visit in 2017. More videos here.
Sir Tony Robinson responds
Tony Robinson and others explain why they are objecting to the Stonehenge scheme. These points were made at the 2017 consultation but they are still valid since the short tunnel remains the preferred route.