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They are the repository for all the finds from the Stonehenge Environs Project undertaken in the late 1980s, and will eventually hold all the finds from the Stonehenge Riverside Project (2005–9), which are currently undergoing post-excavation analysis.The museum’s new Wessex Gallery, which showcases archaeology and prehistory from the region, opened in July 2014.They need to understand the law is set at the limit for a reason.
Over the years, the 53-year-old gardener has spent more than £13,000 creating his motorised shed, which he claims is the world’s only road legal motorised shed.Greater Manchester Police Federation chairman Ian Hanson said he was “absolutely staggered” by Bangham’s comments which “demonstrate a woeful lack of understanding of the sensitivities around speed enforcement and the relationship between the motoring public and the police”.I find it absolutely staggering that the effective policy lead for policing should show himself to be so out of touch with not only the overwhelming number of police officers who are out there keeping our communities safe and putting themselves in the way of danger every day, but also alienating those communities we are there to serve.” Hanson acknowledged that speed enforcement “has always been a thorny issue since it can encompass even the most law-abiding of us”, but said police had “moved on from the days of random speed traps being put in place to pick off easy targets”.If booked at 35 or 34 or 33 [in a 30mph zone] that cannot be unfair because they are breaking the law.” NPCC Lead for Roads Policing Chief Constable Anthony Bangham "On average 5 people are killed on our roads every day.Our role is to help make our roads safer & we will seek compliance with the law to help prevent the tragedies that happen too often on our roads." #Roads Police2018 pic.twitter.com/yo Qh Nqchp N — NPCC (@Police Chiefs) January 30, 2018 Current guidance suggests police forces should only issue penalties for drivers caught at 10% plus 2mph over the limit – 35mph in a 30mph zone, for example.Mr Nicks has made previous attempts to break the 100mph barrier, and a recent upgrade has finally allowed him to do it."I entered a few speed events and basically floored it.“Where there’s a buffer you have effectively changed the speed limit. In 2016, Avon and Somerset Police caught 184,654 motorists driving above the speed limit.However, neighbouring Wiltshire Police caught just 989 motorists speeding.Another key book is C Chippindale’s Stonehenge Complete (4th edn, 2012), which provides the best overview of the later history of Stonehenge.The Stonehenge WHS archaeological research framework is a major resource for understanding the wider landscape of Stonehenge and Avebury.