Greenham Tower Update

Greenham Common Control Tower

Picture Credit N.Harding.

In am email list update, Greenham Cllr Julian Swift-Hook stated that the campaign to save Greenham Control Tower was progressing well with over 750 signatures now on the petition.

Swift-Hook’s vision is firmly set on saving the tower for public use as a visitors centre to Greenham Common with facilities such as a Cafe, toilets, a military history exhibition, a natural environment exhibition and a Farm shop selling local produce.

The whole idea is a well thought out and fitting plan for this unique site and other places such as North Weald have shown it to be a popular use of the former USAF sites.

You can sign the petition here or find out more here.

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