Some really important news;
Lichfield’s Annual Town meeting is an event open to residents of Lichfield City, and is an opportunity to ask the Council and its Members questions about issues that are of concern.
The meeting will be held at the Guildhall, Lichfield on Wednesday 22 May at 7:30pm.
This is a golden opportunity to ask about the fate of Sandfields Victorian Pumping Station, and to show that this building and its unique Cornish beam engine is a significant part of Lichfield’s Heritage. It is also an opportunity to voice your concern that the developer has a statutory obligation to keep the building and beam engine in a good state of repair and is obliged to comply with the section 106 planning agreement.
This is fantastic news and a real one off chance to make a difference. If you live in Lichfield City, or you know someone who does and can attend, then please do so.
Unfortunately, I will not be allowed to take part in this meeting as I am not a resident of Lichfield, and really hope that you will be able to support this cause in my absence.