ITV Anglia News covers campaign ahead of signature collection today

Last night’s ITV Anglia News broadcast an excellent package on the threat to the Cromwell Museum and interviewed Bob Pugh of the Friends of the Museum. You can watch it here:
http://www.itv.com/news/anglia/update/2014-01-24/cromwell-museum-is-threatened-with-closure/

Filming took place on Friday ahead of today’s signature collection in Huntingdon town centre.  Many of those who signed the petition said that they were aware of the proposed closure of the Museum due to coverage received in local newspapers and regional television.

Huntingdon was busy with shoppers today and the full count could again run into hundreds gathered in just a few hours.  We will update you in the coming days on the total number of signatures received to the Cambridgeshire County Council petition, collating the online and paper copies – we have until 5 February to reach the target of 3,000 which will force a full debate of Council on the proposed closure of the Museum.  Please encourage anyone you know who supports the campaign but who may not have signed the petition to do so as soon possible.

If you live/own a business/work/attend a school or college in Cambridgeshire….
…then please sign the Cambridgeshire County Council ePetition against the proposed closure of the Cromwell Museum here:
http://epetition.cambridgeshire.public-i.tv/epetition_core/community/petition/2545
and the SurveyMonkey petition here:
https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/CromwellMuseum

If you do not live/own a business/work/attend a school or college in Cambridgeshire but do want to express your concern about the proposed closure of the Museum…
…please add your name here:
https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/CromwellMuseum

 

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One thought on “ITV Anglia News covers campaign ahead of signature collection today

  1. E.R.

    Thanks – I have shared this on Facebook – Godmanchester Living group page, together with links to the petitions.

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