Letter: Our heritage must stay put.Byline: Graham Maudsley
THE news that the museum in Denbigh Library is to close and that the HM Stanley artefacts are to be turned into a travelling circus prior to finding a permanent home, presumably pre·sum·a·ble
That can be presumed or taken for granted; reasonable as a supposition: presumable causes of the disaster. in Ruthin, I'msad to say does not surprise me.
I hear that Denbigh Castle, the many listed buildings on the High Street and every other item of our heritage are to follow.
Denbighshire County Council Denbighshire County Council is the governing body for the principal area of Denbighshire (not historic Denbighshire), one of the administrative subdivisions of Wales. is also to be renamed Ruthinshire County Council.
More seriously, what on earth is going on in DCC (1) (Direct Cable Connection) A Windows 95/98 feature that allows PCs to be cabled together for data transfer. DCC actually sets up a network connection between the two machines. offices? On one hand they hold discussions with the town council and other heritage organisations about the creation of a proper museum for Denbigh, on the other they are plotting to take valuable artefacts from the town. HM Stanley's artefacts belong in Denbigh.
As a councillor I feel encouraged to work with DCC, rather than against them, but how can this continue with their present conduct? Time has come to wrestle back the power for decision making away from the buffoons at DCC, who do little other than destroy our education system and fritter away our council taxes, and put it back where it belongs. In Denbigh, the county town of Denbighshire.
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Henry Stanley was born in Denbighshire and brought up, from the age of six, in the St Asaph workhouse workhouse: see poor law.