I understand that 50 per cent of visitors to Stonehenge felt dissatisfied afterwards. It's not surprising. Having been brought from London by coach they expect something more, although they don't know quite what. In the 1930s, when as a boy I dozed in the sun on the stones, they were an awe- inspiring sight. Now that has all gone and no amount of restructuring can recapture it. Forget them; there are far more important things to be done.
B H BATEMAN