It’s a fair bet that many of the archaeologists currently employed by English Heritage (et al) were first inspired to become archaeologists by seeing Stonehenge from the back seat of a car on their way to a family holiday in Devon.

But soon no other children will be inspired in that way as the current archaeologists (some of them) are supporting a plan to hide that thrilling “holiday view”. Instead, they’ll miss it – see below. Is it fair that future youngsters won’t be inspired in the way that many of their seniors were? Will many of them become accountants instead?