Wednesday, 18 January 2012

Dreamland, public enquiry to run on and The Los Angeles Times coverage.


I have just received notification that the Dreamland public enquiry is due to run on, this is what the council has to say:
 “The report from day five of the Dreamland CPO Public Inquiry is now available on the council's website: http://www.thanet.gov.uk/environment---planning/planning/ldf-and-local-plan/dreamland/public-inquiry.aspx
 We are aware that there have been questions from members of the public about the remaining dates for the Inquiry and we have updated the information on this page with the latest details that we have on this. As soon as we have any further confirmed dates, we will put the information on this page.”
 
 Also an interesting article on Dreamland in The Los Angeles Times, see http://www.latimes.com/travel/deals/themeparks/la-trb-dreamland-margate-england-01201217,0,30872,full.story
 The pictures are from http://www.michaelsbookshop.com/catalogue/dreamland_cinema_1935.htm and although the printing quality owes much to the advanced potato print they are fairly interesting.   
 More about this if I get time.




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