News Blog for the Campaign to Save the Wedgwood Museum.

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Monday, 19 September 2011

Court Decision expected at the end of October

The three-day Court Hearing before His Honour Judge Purle ended on Thursday 15th September. A decision is expected at the end of October.

Reports on the first two days were carried by local Paper the Staffordshire Sentinel:

·  Day One: Court Hears: “Wedgwood… collection ‘must be sold’ to plug £134m pension black hole”
· Day Two: Court Hears: “Wedgwood Art is for Public Benefit”

Monday, 12 September 2011

Museum Court Case – this week.

A Judge will decide this week whether the contents of the UNESCO recognised, award winning Wedgwood Museum will have to be broken up and sold. The Case will be heard from 13th-15th September at the Birmingham Civil Justice Centre, (Court 6), Birmingham before chancery circuit judge, His Honour Judge Purle QC.

The Public Gallery will be open.

Visit the Campaign website to find out more about the campaign, and the Museum collection it is working to save.