The second Save Stonehenge WHS CrowdJustice appeal has met its £80,000 target!
ONCE AGAIN government wishes to ride rough shod over our most valuable archaeological landscape and press ahead with a road widening scheme that has been thoroughly discredited. The legal challengers SSWHS Ltd have raised just over £80,000 THANKS TO 2,498 GENEROUS DONORS. SSWHS will take the Department for Transport to the High Court on 12 December for a 3-day hearing. More HERE.
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Your generosity has produced results!
1. Damaging road scheme thrown out!
Thanks to you, we were able to actively support Save Stonehenge World Heritage Site Limited to meet their hugely ambitious £80,000 legal fund target to challenge Government over their shocking decision to drive an Expressway through Stonehenge World Heritage Site which the judge found not to be a legal decision and quashed the scheme.
Message from the challengers, the directors of Save Stonehenge World Heritage Site Ltd:
Our heartfelt thanks go to all of our supporters without whom we could not have made this legal challenge.
Despite this fantastic victory, the battle is not over. The Transport Secretary has approved virtually the scheme once again. Please continue to support the Stonehenge Alliance campaign.
2. UNESCO objects in strongest of terms
We have been encouraged in our campaign efforts by UNESCO’s World Heritage Committee decision to consider placing the Stonehenge WHS on the list of World Heritage in Danger if the road goes ahead in its present form.
For further information please see here.
We would like to take this opportunity to warmly thank all our generous supporters since the inception of our Save Stonehenge campaign in November 2014. Also to Lush Cosmetics for funding the initial development of this website and for a further donation towards meeting our campaign demands since 2017.
You have all kept us going. Thank you.