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DEED OF GIFT CONDITIONS 
Chubb gave Stonehenge to the nation on 26 October 1918. The deed of gift included the 
following conditions: 
1.  First that the public shall have free access to the premises hereby conveyed and Every 
part thereof on the payment of such reasonable sum per head not exceeding one shilling 
for each visit and subject to such conditions as the Commissioners of Works in the 
exercise and execution of their statutory powers and duties may from time to time 
impose  
2.  Secondly that the premises shall so far as possible maintained in their present condition  
3.  Thirdly that no building or erection other than a pay box similar to the Pay Box now 
standing on the premises shall be erected on any part of the premises within four 
hundred yards of The Milestone marked “Amesbury 2” on the northern frontage of the 
premises and Fourthly that the Commissioners of Works will at all times save harmless 
and keep indemnified the Donors and each of them their and each of their estates and 
effects from and against all proceedings costs claims and expenses on account of any 
breach or non observance of the covenants by the Donors to the like or similar effect 
contained in the Conveyance of the premises to the Donors Dated the thirty first day of 
December One thousand nine hundred and fifteen In witness whereof the Donors have 
hereunto set their hands and seals and the Commissioners of Works have caused their 
Common Seal to be affixed the day and year first above written