Take a look at what the future holds following yesterday’s announcement of a long bored road tunnel for the A303 in the Stonehenge landscape .
Today’s announcement of a new tunnel for the A303 is set to reunite the Stonehenge Landscape and give this landscape the world class future it deserves
Originally posted on National Trust Press Office:
Today (Monday 1 December, 2014) the Government has announced, as part of its Road Investment Strategy, that it will be investing in a new 2.9km tunnel to remove the A303 from the Stonehenge landscape.
English Heritage  and National Trust  as guardians of Stonehenge and its World Heritage Site, see this announcement as a “truly momentous decision” in the modern history of one of the most famous places in the world.
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More news on the significance of the Stonehenge Hidden Landscapes Project’s discoveries in the interview I did with Good Evening Wales yesterday (at 52 minutes 30 seconds) http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b04g40rr