Letter: In brief

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Sir: I fear that Ann Hales-Tooke (letter, 17 June) has missed the point of moving Seahenge to safety. Whilst it would be nice to let it remain in situ, the action of the sea, not to mention people sitting on it or taking souvenirs, will soon destroy it. In a museum it can be studied and preserved, to be enjoyed by generations to come. But time is not on our side.


London E15