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Public say in Stonehenge future

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The public will have their say about the future of Stonehenge

The public can have their say on the future of Stonehenge, in a three-month consultation to improve the site.

People can give feedback on road proposals near Stonehenge and the location of new visitor facilities.

English Heritage Corporate Communications spokesperson Renee Fok said people needed to have a say because of global interest in the site.

Ms Fok said the consultation was crucial in preparing the site for the 2012 Olympic Games.

English Heritage expects people visiting England for the Olympics in London will also visit other well-known tourist sites, such as Stonehenge.

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