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February 2018

Highways England has set up an initiative called "A303 STONEHENGE SCHEME COMMUNITY FORUM".

The purpose of these forums is to act as a two-way conduit between Highways England and the local community.  It will provide up-to-date information about the project and feedback local issues into the scheme.  These forums, to be held on a regular  basis, will run the whole duration of the Amesbsury to Berwick Down Road Scheme.

The local communities include representatives of interested bodies/groups, local town and parish councils. Highways England's Project Manager as well as a representative of the scheme's Technical partnership will be in attendance.

Henry Colthurst, as Chairman of The Campaign for the Preservation of the Southern Till Valley and Carolyn MacDougall as your Berwick St James representative are part of this Forum.