Monthly Archives: February 2013

Help Request

While we are waiting for the heritage assessment to take place, I feel that the next most urgent task would be to upgrade the listing status of the building and engine from grade ll to grade ii*. I have already … Continue reading

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Sandfields Pumping Station – Latest News

On the 14 February 2013 we manage to arrange a short meeting with Lichfield District Council, a representative from the developer. The developer agreed to rectify some of the damage to the building by metal thief’s. We asked for an … Continue reading

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Lichfield Gazette – Lichfield’s part in the fight against cholera

We have an article published in the March edition of Lichfield Gazette – Lichfield’s part in the fight against cholera. Also in this months edition is an excellent article entitled ‘Lichfield’s underground’ by Kate Gomez of Lichfield Lore Please enjoy, … Continue reading

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A Lesson from the Past.

Although there does not seem much happening at this moment in time, I feel things have been quite productive. I have been following a couple of really interesting blogs. I had a very interesting interchange of comments with Brownhills Bob, … Continue reading

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Originally posted on Tamworth Time Hikes:
The subject of the woodhouse, Hopwas everyones favourite abandoned house in the woods has flickered back into life on the internet after photos were published on the Hopwas Appreciation society Facebook page of the…

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