Saturday, June 19, 2010

£25m Stonehenge visitor centre axed

Government funding for a £25 million project to build a new visitor centre at Stonehenge has been axed as part of a review of public spending projects.

The withdrawal of public funding for the plans – which include a new visitor centre and closing an adjacent main road – is the latest setback to efforts to improve the World Heritage Site. But the Treasury said that if non-government funding was identified, the scheme to revitalise the prehistoric site could still go-ahead.

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