|Source: Historic England|
This important part of the heritage of the site has now been stolen.
Woodhenge lies some 2 miles from Stonehenge.
Phil McMahon, inspector of ancient monuments for Historic England is quoted ("Historic prehistoric monument Woodhenge plaques stolen", BBC News November 28, 2015):
The sad theft of these historic plaques has deprived us of an important aspect of the story of Woodhenge.
They represent a key part of one of the earliest attempts to interpret and present to the public the complex and internationally-significant prehistoric monuments of the Stonehenge World Heritage Site.
We very much hope that the plaques can be recovered and restored to their rightful place at Woodhenge.