Thornborough Moor and Landscape Conservation Plan

English Heritage, 2008

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Introduction

The Conservation Plan for the Thornborough Henges and an immediately associated area of land was commissioned in March 2005 by English Heritage, North Yorkshire County Council and Tarmac Northern Ltd on behalf of the Thornborough Henges Consultation and Working Group (THCWG). The Conservation Plan has been prepared by Atkins Heritage with assistance from Professor Barbara Bender, formerly of University College London. This Plan broadly represents the views of the members of the THCWG. The Conservation Plan was commissioned to provide the key stakeholders with guidance on the future management and conservation of the Plan Area. The Plan is the first stage in a longer process of developing a sustainable future for the Henges.

The project was funded through the Aggregates Levy Sustainability Fund as disbursed by English Heritage.

The project is intrinsically linked to ongoing and recent ALSF funded work in the Thornborough area: