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New shelter planned for the National Memorial Arboretum near Lichfield

A drawing of the planned shelter

A drawing of the planned shelter

Plans have been drawn up for a new shelter at the National Memorial Arboretum near Lichfield.

The proposals would see an oak-framed building at the Allied Special Forces memorial on the Alrewas site.

As well as providing shelter for visitors to the site, the plans also reveal that the interior walls would be used to display material relating to the memorial.

A design statement submitted to Lichfield District Council’s planning chiefs states:

“The proposal seeks to provide a structure that enhances the Arboretum by providing a good quality structure that makes an area of the National Memorial Arboretum more accessible.”

People can have their say on the proposals on the Lichfield District Council planning website.

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1 Comment

  1. Graham Read

    5th August, 2010 at 4:36 pm

    On visting this week i noticed there was no wast bins to be found,also the amount of cigarette ends on the floor .could you make it asmoke free site with smoking areas.more so on car park .On visiting the shop i found i could not find any fridge magnets no car stickers as i collect such things .Cafe and park was nice we walked about for 3hrs i hope my comments have not offended in anyway THANKING YOU ALL FOR THE WORK YOU HAVE PUT IN Graham Read.