Sir: The Henge in the Sea found on the Norfolk coast is one of the most important discoveries of the millennium, yet English Heritage has no plans save it! (report, 12 January). Of course it can be preserved in situ: with an artificial harbour around it, surmounted by a dome. Mary Rose style restoration work could then be undertaken. As usual, the priority is financial, and it disgusts me to contrast this with English Heritage's exotic plans totally to disrupt our own neighbourhood in order to convert Stonehenge into a lucrative theme park.