The Conservative majority in the House of Commons raises increased concern about the fate of the Stonehenge World Heritage Site (WHS). Before the project gains momentum, David Cameron’s support for a disastrous road proposal that would cause irreversible damage to the Stonehenge landscape and its archaeology needs to be reconsidered.
The budget has been ring fenced but there is still no scheme on the table. Three actions can be taken straight away to help get the proposal reversed:
First, please ask UNESCO to intervene on behalf of the WHS using our email facility here.
Second, please ask the National Trust to stand up for Stonehenge and withdraw its support for the 2.9km (1.8miles) tunnel on the A303 past Stonehenge via our contact form here.
Third, sign and share our petition.