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Sandfields Architecture

Sandfields plumping Station is a Gothic Revival masterpiece, a cathedral to the industrial revolution, for years abandon, and for years unloved. The Gothic Revival style gave Briton its industrial look and identity. Inspired by the Gilbert Scots, it embraced the glory … Continue reading

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Lichfield Waterworks Trust – Waterworks Walk

Lichfield celebrates it Heritage Weekend – Garrick300 with a Georgian Festival this year from Saturday 23– Sunday 24 September 2017.  As part of Heritage Weekend, Lichfield Waterworks Trust will again be organising a Waterworks Walk on Saturday 23 September, commencing … Continue reading

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Monthly Progress Meeting of the Lichfield Waterworks Trust, formerly known as the Friends of Sandfields Pumping Station

The Lichfield Waterworks Trust is a Community Incorporated Organisation, registered with the charities commission who are fighting to save the Grade II* listed building know as Sandfields Pumping Station for the benefit of the community. The unique 190 Hp Cornish … Continue reading

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The Friends of Sandfields Pumping Station monthly progress meeting

The next meeting will take place on Thursday 26 February @8:00pm at The Cruck House Stowe Street Lichfield Staffordshire WS13 6BP Lichfield This will be a committee members meeting, however everyone is welcome if they wish to attend or have … Continue reading

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