Dear Editor, We support Laurence Holme’s call for Birmingham to capitalise on its proud industrial heritage (letters page Sep 22). For the last five years we have tried to persuade the city council not to knock down its Central Library.
This fine building could be re-occupied as a Museum of the Twentieth Century where the people of the West Midlands could see more of the industrial and cultural heritage that at present languishes in a Council warehouse in Nechells.
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Friends of the Central Library