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Saving Bradshaw House in Congleton

Cheshire East Council has refused planning application for transferring Congleton museum to Bradshaw House in the centre of Congleton, This is a listed building and has great historical significance. The move would also create a larger space for the museum to display its artifacts and provide for video viewing, school visits and refreshments. We call on Cheshire East to keep this building in the public realm and use it to house the museum.

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