[Diggers350] New era as locals inherit Somerset tannery heritage

Richard Chisnall rchisnall at gmail.com
Fri Apr 1 00:03:54 BST 2011

and if you look here:


you can read all about the occupation and how things progressed plus much much much more

On 31 March 2011 23:32, Tony Gosling <tony at cultureshop.org.uk> wrote:

>  *New era as locals inherit Somerset Moorlands tannery*Thursday, March 31,
> 2011, Western Daily Press
> [image: New era as locals inherit tannery heritage]
> After nearly three decades, a threat of demolition, a sit-in protest and
> hundreds of hours of talking, a piece of Somerset's industrial heritage now
> belongs to the people.
> The former Morlands tannery, between Street and Glastonbury, is Somerset's
> biggest derelict industrial site and has been decaying for 29 years since it
> closed in 1982.


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