Monday, 22 November 2010

Thank you Warner Brothers

I wish to thank Warner Brothers, in particular Alex who very kindly agreed to meet with me, who kindly listened with interest as I rattled off the story behind the founding of the Undershaw Preservation Trust, our efforts, goals and our battle with developers. More importantly, and hopefully it was one step forward to better exposure and the opportunity to be able to leave the details with Alex who kindly offered to pass them on.

This is none other than a coincidence, or is it! Sherlock Holmes the sequel being filmed on my doorstep and the opportunity to be able wander in, albeit under very strict and tight security, explain the very essence of me being there, being escorted from A to B and back again but having the opportunity to be on the very site with it all happening around me. One amazing experience if nothing else.

I have since heard from Alex who sent the following e-mail: "Good morning Lynn". Your e-mail has been forwarded to the Producers. As yet, I have not heard back, but will now follow up and report back to you. If you have not heard from me by Tuesday of next week, please get back in touch again as the crew will be filming at another location I am managing and I will have all the 'bosses' in one place and readily available! All the best Lynn.

Monday, 15 November 2010

Undershaw Website

Should you have been directed straight to this blog then you may not realise that we now have a website which is:

Thursday, 4 November 2010

The Judicial Review

Our solicitor has confirmed that paperwork pertaining to the Judicial Review has now been received by Mary Orton, Chief Executive at Waverley Borough Council. WBC have got until 14th November to comment on our representation.