Save Stonehenge!

Records of the earlier schemes and their associated public inquiries are listed in the former Save Stonehenge! website.  These are a series of newspaper headlines, progress notes and other links up until the short (2.1k) tunnel scheme was defeated in December 2007 and its associated visitor centre at the eastern end by Countess. These records neatly capture the ups and downs of the Stonehenge campaign, supported at first by a few dozen environmental campaigners in the days before today’s veritable army of objectors and keyboard warriors.

Some links to statutory bodies and articles no longer work, but what remains is a valuable historical record listed by year.

The website was archived by its founder, the UK Rivers Trust, in 2013 here.

A timeline of road widening proposals since the WHS’s inscription by UNESCO in 1985 to present time  is available here.

Gallery of Save Stonehenge WHS campaign 2014-15

These days we publish our images of events and activities on Facebook, Twitter and blogsHere is a page of randomly selected archive photos in our less intensive social media days of our Save Stonehenge WHS campaign which began in 2014.

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