Lymington Society Committee have been approached by the St Barbe Museum and Art Gallery who intend to submit a planning application for a new frontage to the Museum. (Click on either of the above images to see a larger version.)
The Committee have discussed this and, without passing any opinion one way or the other, feel that the right approach for this design would be for the Society to canvass the views of its members and to hold a meeting for a presentation by the Museum and/or the architect.
The St Barbe Museum would like this meeting relatively soon and we have arranged the meeting for:
10 February at 6:30 PM in the Fuller McLennan Hall at the Community Centre.
All members are welcome to attend and no tickets will be issued so just turn up on the night. If you have any questions do contact any Committee member.
Update 8th February 2015
In order to provide some background information on the application, a letter from David Rule Chairman of the Lymington Museum Trust can be found here. It is well worth reading this in advance of the meeting.