JQTR banned from taking cemetery photos

The Jewellery Quarter Research Trust “has accused council officers of creating an “impossible” situation after it was banned from taking photographs in two Victorian graveyards”, according to a report in the Birmingham Post.

“Members of the Jewellery Quarter Research Trust have been compiling an online database of the people buried in the historic Warstone Lane and Key Hill cemeteries, including some famous forefathers of the city.”

“The two cemeteries, which sit close to the quarter’s famous Chamberlain Clock, are heritage attractions in their own right and included on regular guided tours and featuring on heritage trails.”


You can read the full story on the Birmingham Post website

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