Stonehenge belongs to us all and we all have our own personal stories to tell about these remarkable stones. To celebrate the centenary of Stonehenge being donated to the nation, please help us to tell as many of your Stonehenge stories as possible.

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If you have a photograph of a visit to Stonehenge, whether of you, your family or someone else, we'd love to see them. They could be from any year from the 1860s to the 2010s. And we want to know the stories behind the photos - stories of summer holidays, school trips, solitary sojourns and everything in between.

It doesn't have to be long - you can just tell us who's in the photo, what they were doing, and when it was taken, but the more detail the better.

Later in the year we'll be collating the photos into a digital project for everyone to explore - we'll let you know when it's ready.

We always ask that prior to uploading an image you confirm you have the rights and permissions to do so and that you're happy to have the image displayed as part of a publicly accessible project and used within related marketing and publicity activity - thank you.

Please give us a short description of your picture.

Please enter the year you think your picture was taken.

If your browser supports it you can record an audio description by pressing this button. If it doesn't, you can upload an audio clip.

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