Here's where I start to sound really sad, but it made my day to see that this sheepfold has been repaired / restored to the way they should look. There must be hundreds of these sheepfolds / shelters scattered throughout the fells. Some of them are nothing more than a simple curved wall providing shelter for the sheep during periods of heavy snow, whereas others are often quite elaborate affairs consisting of several "enclosures" used by shepherds from different farms or even different valleys to separate out their own sheep. One thing they all have in common is that they're slowly but surely falling into a state of ruin.
Like everything else in life the deciding factor is usually money and there's also the argument that the Lake District shouldn't be turned into a museum, but I personally thing it would be a shame if these little pieces of history were allowed to disappear altogether.