Monthly Archives: May 2019

National Audit Office Questions Benefits of Stonehenge Tunnel

The National Audit Office (NAO), the body that scrutinises public spending for Parliament, has questioned the benefits of the Stonehenge tunnel as part of the improvement scheme to the congested A303 road through the World Heritage Site in Wiltshire with … Continue reading

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Missing Piece of Stonehenge Returned

A three-foot-long prehistoric stone ‘core’ removed from a sarsen stone at Stonehenge during archaeological excavations  in 1958 has been handed over to researchers at English Heritage. The core was one of three removed when archaeologists found cracks in one of … Continue reading

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