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Wulfrun Centre, Wolverhampton

D-EXP/P/W1W/78 25 Aug 1969 Wolverhampton Archives

Vandalism to the fountain was costing the Hammerson development a fortune. Arthur Tosler is quoted, and Loomba Fashions is mentioned.

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Guy Avenue, Wolverhampton

D-EXP/P/W1G/27 3 Dec 1984 Wolverhampton Archives

Councillor Arthur Steventon called for a crackdown on vandalism after Council houses were attacked. Tarmac is mentioned.

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Mander Centre, Wolverhampton

D-EXP/P/W1M/3 24 Dec 1968 Wolverhampton Archives

The Civic Society criticised the lack of bars, cafes and an arts centre in the new development, and was concerned about vandalism.

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Wulfrun Centre, Wolverhampton

D-EXP/P/W1W/81 30 May 1973 Wolverhampton Archives

The fountain had been filled with rubbish by vandals.

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German War Cemetery, Cannock Chase

D-EXP/P/W27/54 10 Jun 1967 Wolverhampton Archives

Deacon Walter Trepte of the German War Graves Commission, following vandalism that was discovered hours before the dedication ceremony of the new cemetery.

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Worcester House, Halesowen, Dudley

D-EXP/P/H44/24 25 Jan 1980 Wolverhampton Archives

The tower block was the first to benefit from a pioneering Dudley Council plan to turn the flats into luxury apartments with a “no children” policy, to reduce vandalism and move families out of high rise blocks. The photograph shows Alice Fellows using a

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Spiritualist Church, Revival Street, Bloxwich

D-EXP/P/C12/25 3 Apr 1994 Wolverhampton Archives

The church had been attacked by vandals for the sixth time in as many months. The photograph shows Bertha Winstone inspecting the damage.