> Have you asked the people who live locally for their opinion,
Let me come clean Elaine. I tried to read the Stonehenge consultation
documents and found that I was out of my depth given the huge complexity
of the subject. I was hoping that someone could explain to me the issues
involved so that I can understand why e.g. the car park has to be so far
I'm sorry to be such a bore, as normally love to discuss women's bodies,
but I've got the kids home from school and I can't concentrate on work
and I'd really appreciate some light hearted discussion so that I can
learn more about the options for the future of Stonehenge and what the
archaeological community thinks of them.
>> Date: Wed, 16 Jul 2008 13:31:53 +0100
>> From: [log in to unmask]
>> Subject: [BRITARCH] Bore-knickers Was Stonehenge Consultation
>> To: [log in to unmask]
>> Elaine wrote:
>>> The point that came across to me as a member of the public with an interest was the lead archaeologist telling the uni guy that he shouldn't make a statement until more facts were made clear
>> I've not seen it ... ummmm
>> > The consultation on the future of Stonehenge is now open at:
>> > http://www.stonehengeconsultation.org
>> > The options are in this document:
>> > http://www.stonehengeconsultation.org/Stonehenge_Consultation_Booklet.pdf
>> > but sadly none of them seem to involve moving the Stones up to Glasgow
>> > to recreate a new version which is my favourite option and will
>> > certainly solve the problem for English Heritage!
>> > Mike
>> I was kind of hoping to get some views on the Stonehenge consultation!
>> But I suppose Bore-knickers is more important?
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