Free entry to Stones

FURTHER to my letter published in the Journal last week in regard to the cost of entry to the cew Stonehenge Visitor Centre, I now have an apology to make. It seems as a local resident, you can still get in free.

I cannot understand how we were not informed of this by Wiltshire Council or English Heritage. The local population has grown some in such a short time too.

You can indeed apply to their main library department for a free pass for entry into the new Stonehenge Visitor Centre.

You will need a document with your photograph on it such as a passport, bus pass or other official document. From January 2014, you will have to call ahead to make an appointment for entry. Note you have to renew this each year.

John Wigglesworth, Durrington

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1:30pm Fri 3 Jan 14

Old Salisbury Boy says...

Also worth noting here is that residents of the old City Centre (i.e. before the boundary was extended, e.g. to St Thomas Bridge etc.) are entitled to
FREE entry to OLD SARUM.
Also worth noting here is that residents of the old City Centre (i.e. before the boundary was extended, e.g. to St Thomas Bridge etc.) are entitled to FREE entry to OLD SARUM. Old Salisbury Boy

4:32pm Mon 6 Jan 14

karlmarx says...

"Free entry to Stones"

Great news, I haven't seen Mick, Keith, Ronnie and Charlie for decades.
"Free entry to Stones" Great news, I haven't seen Mick, Keith, Ronnie and Charlie for decades. karlmarx

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