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An aopology from St Modwen: From: Kathryn Edwards <KEdwards@stmodwen.co.uk> Date: Tue, Jun 5, 2018 at 5:18 PM

Subject: Response from St. Modwen To: Sally Murrer <sally.murrer@jpress.co.uk> - At MK Citizen published last week

Hi Sally, Please see below a response from St. Modwen in respect of your email this afternoon. This should be attributed to a spokesperson for St. Modwen.

Regards, Kathryn Edwards

Response to the Milton Keynes Citizen:St. Modwen responded to Mr Webb’s original subject access request in November 2017 and provided him with all relevant documentation. At that time, the Company wrote to Mr Webb and acknowledged that references to him in the documents were unprofessional and did not meet expected standards. The Company fully apologised to Mr Webb and the matter was addressed internally with the individuals concerned.

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If YOU have any Wolverton Works archives, we would love to see them. Don't hold back! Part of the December 1976 itinerary for the Royal visit to Wolverton in December 1976 from Leo Coleman. The 1860 LNWR railway bank receipt comes courtesy of Des Curtis from Willen, former Works cashier as does the 1958 Staff Office pic..

 

1860 des curtis lnwr wolverton bank receipt 1976-12-06 royal visit leo a plate art 5 web 1958 des curtis 1958 staff office