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Greenfold Systems closes in on Stonehenge contract

General view at Stonehenge, Amesbury. Plans for a new World Heritage landscape around Stonehenge, and new visitor reception building 3km from Stonehenge were announced.   19/12/03: Best-selling American author Bill Bryson is to visit Stonehenge today, in his new role as an English Heritage Commissioner. The adopted Anglophile last visited the World Heritage site in Wiltshire 10 years ago while researching his book on the eccentricities of British life, Notes from a Small Island. He was appointed a commissioner in September by Culture Secretary Tessa Jowell and will remain in the post for four years. Sir Neil Cossons, chairman of English Heritage, which looks after Stonehenge, said: "We are delighted to welcome Bill Bryson as an English Heritage Commissioner."
General view at Stonehenge, Amesbury. Plans for a new World Heritage landscape around Stonehenge, and new visitor reception building 3km from Stonehenge were announced. 19/12/03: Best-selling American author Bill Bryson is to visit Stonehenge today, in his new role as an English Heritage Commissioner. The adopted Anglophile last visited the World Heritage site in Wiltshire 10 years ago while researching his book on the eccentricities of British life, Notes from a Small Island. He was appointed a commissioner in September by Culture Secretary Tessa Jowell and will remain in the post for four years. Sir Neil Cossons, chairman of English Heritage, which looks after Stonehenge, said: "We are delighted to welcome Bill Bryson as an English Heritage Commissioner."

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