WHILE I have no experience of the A303 at Stonehenge, I do have experience of driving on other roads up and down the country.

And I would say to the Freight Transport Association and the Government to stop dualling them as it may be good for transport and boy/girl racers, but it is killing much of the wildlife with everything going faster and animals finding it more difficult to cross the wider and straighter roads.

It is no wonder we don’t have many hedgehogs left.

Everybody needs to chill out and if there is a hold up it is not the end of the world.

I speak as a car driver and also somebody who uses public transport and uses a bicycle.

There are too many roads already for such a small country.

You only have to get any maps out to see it and we are not going to be able to afford to maintain it all in the distant future.

Indeed, we should be getting rid of many of them to give our wildlife a better chance of survival and so that they can move about better.

Rather than building and widening more roads and bypasses, the money should be spent on more important things like getting rid of the students' obscene debts for university and more council houses for the low paid.

Let’s start to celebrate single carriage roads, Brexit, or otherwise.

COLIN GRIMLEY Robert Louis Stevenson Avenue, Bournemouth