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WORCESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL
PUBLIC NOTICE

Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 
(C2038 Astwood Lane, Feckenham)(Temporary Closure) Order 2018
Proposed Order: to close that part of C2038 Astwood Lane, Feckenham from its junction with Poplars Lane for a distance of 1070 metres in an easterly direction in order to facilitate flood alleviation drainage works.
Exemptions: to permit access to any land or premises fronting the highway affected where there is no other form of access; and to allow the works to be undertaken.
Alternative route: Rockhill Lane, B4090 The Saltway, B4092 Edgioake Lane, A441 Evesham Road, C2038 Church Road, C2036 Astwood Lane and vice versa.
Maximum duration: 18 Months. Anticipated duration: 10 days Commencing: 6 August 2018
Simon Mallinson Head of Legal and Democratic Services County Hall Spetchley Road
Worcester
11 July 2018

www.worcestershire.gov.uk

 



Petition to keep the Elgar archives in Worcestershire

 

Councillor Lucy Hodgson, Cabinet Member for Communities would like to draw your attention to the petition to keep the Elgar archives in Worcestershire. Please share with your contacts and networks.

 

The Elgar Foundation, responsible for the archives, has made the decision to relocate the collection to the British Library in London from their current location at the Elgar Birthplace Museum in Broadheath despite efforts to keep them in Worcestershire.

 

A strong case has been made for the collection to remain in Worcester at The Hive, where the Worcestershire Archive and Archaeology Service is based, which was reiterated in a letter published in The Times today, with numerous signatories. A petition has now been launched by County Councillor Lucy Hodgson on Change.org in the hope that the Elgar Foundation will reverse their decision.

 

Councillor Hodgson, Cabinet Member with Responsibility for Communities at Worcestershire County Council, said:

"We don't want to lose these archives and we are very disappointed by the Foundation's decision to relocate them over 100 miles away to London.

 

Elgar was born here in Worcestershire and died here and this county was the inspiration behind most of his music.

 

We really hope as many people as possible will support our petition and hope that the Foundation will listen and keep these archives where they belong."

 

To sign the petition please go to https://www.change.org/p/the-elgar-foundation-keep-the-edward-elgar-archives-here-in-worcestershire

 

You can find out more information on our website http://www.worcestershire.gov.uk/news/article/1501/petition_launched_to_keep_elgar_archives_in_worcestershire

 

Or follow the blog https://www.explorethepast.co.uk/2018/06/elgar-archive-update-18th-june-2018/

 


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