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THERE was a great outcry a couple of years ago when the Conservators tried to terminate Mr John Redman's lease at St Ann's Well. So imagine the outrage if they had announced, as they did 50 years ago, that they intended to demolish it.
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"THE natural history exhibition at the Public Library is proving an attraction to a certain section of the public in Malvern, though it must be confessed that the attendance at the opening ceremony was far less than at the exhibition last year," reported the Gazette 100 years ago.
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"THE fight to ban factory farming from the doorstep of Elizabeth Barrett Browning's childhood home gathered force this week as environment guardians and public closed ranks," reported the Gazette and Reporter 25 years ago.
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"MALVERN Spring Festival of the Arts, to be staged next year, is to have a new look from the old Shaw Drama Festival, the pioneer event of its kind in the country and not held since 1949," reported the Gazette on its front page 50 years ago.
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"THE midnight - or was it daylight? - marauders who smashed the toposcope for no apparent reason are still at large, and all efforts to trace their identity have so far been unavailing," fumed the Gazette columnist Ariel 100 years ago.
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"TRAFFIC was brought to a standstill in the already chaotic snow conditions of last Friday, when a large tree fell across Worcester Road at Link Top and narrowly missed a pedestrian," reported the Gazette 25 years ago.