SCOTLAND'S largest local authority has apologised for its handling of a threatened inner-city stone circle, insisting its preferred option is to keep the "mini-Stonehenge" in its current spot.
SCOTLAND'S largest local authority has apologised for its handling of a threatened inner-city stone circle, insisting its preferred option is to keep the \"mini-Stonehenge\" in its current spot.
THREAT: The Sighthill stone circle, erected in 1979, may be moved.
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Glasgow City Council said it recognised the educational value of the Sighthill Stones and its potential as a visitor attraction.
However, while the authority wants it to remain, sources say its future is "in the hands of physics" and if the planned regeneration of Sighthill for Glasgow's 2018 Youth Olympics bid could not work around the structure, it would have to be relocated.
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