We were delighted to welcome Rhiannon Wicks, deputy director of SAVE Britains’ Heritage in London, who battled through floods and collapsed tunnels last Weds, to come and take a look at Knowle. Thanks to Councillors Sheila Kerridge and Peter Sullivan who happened to be at EDDC HQ, we were given access to the building and Rhiannon was suitably impressed. SAVE’s letter of objection to the Revised Application has been added to DOCUMENTS on this website. And look out for Knowle on http://www.savebritainsheritage.org/index.php very soon.
November 28, 2012 at 1:49 pm
Did she also look at the Drill Hall?
November 29, 2012 at 12:16 am
Afraid not. This visit was a follow up to SAVE’s objection to the original OPA for Knowle. Unfortunately, long travel delays to and from London , meant Rhiannon’s stay was reduced to just a couple of hours. We were glad she got here at all!