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ePetition details

The Future of Snibston

We the undersigned petition the Council to in the light of overwhelming public support for Snibston Discovery Park, honour its civic duty and continue to manage and fund this nationally important local heritage site and resource for learning.

1. Snibston Discovery Park, with its museum, century theatre and country park, is a major asset in N.W.Leicestershire, of local and national importance in terms of economic, social and cultural heritage.

2. The county council should continue to fund and invest to develop the whole of this site in recognition of its historical significance for Britain during the Industrial Revolution and its potential role in the economic regeneration of Coalville today.

Started by: Brian Vollar (Friends of Snibston)

This ePetition ran from 15/09/2013 to 12/01/2014 and has now finished.

1421 people signed this ePetition.

Council response

UPDATED 16/01/14

This e-petition has now closed and will be presented alongside its corresponding paper petition, with an overall total of 8047 signatories to the meeting of the Adults and Communities Overview and Scrutiny Committee scheduled for 21 January 2014.

Agenda papers for the meeting are available via the following link when they are published on the County Council's website:

The 21 January meeting will be available for viewing online live and via subsequent archive at the County Council's website at:-

The Council accepts no liability for the contents of petitions on these webpages. The views expressed should not be considered as those of the Council.