RYDE’S HERITAGE TO BE SCRUTINISED AT SOCIETY MEETING TONIGHT

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Ryde’s unique historical Georgian and Victorian heritage and seaside environment, both continually under threat, will be scrutinised at a meeting of the campaigning Ryde Society tonight (Monday).

A new Place Plan report will reveal there is insufficient green space and no proper designated footbaths through the town, where 470 buildings are listed – including 75% of Union Street.

Stella Davis, chairwoman of the society, said:

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“The society was formed to conserve and enhance this jewel of a town and to ensure that it is a wonderful place to live, work and visit.”

The meeting will take place at The Royal Esplanade Hotel at 19:00 (Monday 10th February).

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Terry Lemmon
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Well thats just crap. i live on union st and this is the 1st i have heard about it….

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