Silos: An ideal museum

PUBLISHED: 15:28 06 March 2008 | UPDATED: 21:27 26 October 2009

SIR – May I suggest a use for the Shredded Wheat silos? They are, of course, Grade II listed and need to be preserved. My suggestion is they be used as a museum for Welwyn-Hatfield covering the birth and creation of WGC and Hatfield New Towns and indeed t

SIR - May I suggest a use for the Shredded Wheat silos? They are, of course, Grade II listed and need to be preserved. My suggestion is they be used as a museum for Welwyn-Hatfield covering the birth and creation of WGC and Hatfield New Towns and indeed the rest of the New Towns movement. The museum could also house some of the other artefacts currently held in cramped conditions at Mill Green Museum.

Patrick Holden, Lower Green, Tewin.


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