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Visit the Past

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  1. Hi,

    With respect to the schoolhouse at the museum, which is truly a fine addition to Ameliasburgh, it is essential to make sure the beach and park area are cleaned much more frequently.

    The surrounding area is very much a part of the Ameliasburgh experience not directly anything whatsoever to do with teaching. However when we bring people into the area we really do not want to show them a messy park, lack of nice wash-rooms, and the stinking mosquito invested swamps below the hill which could be a delightful picnic area.

    The Ministry of the Environment is well aware of the swamp and dam problems. One possible swamp solution is to remove the dam and put the swamps back the way things were.

    Keep up the good work.

    Kind Regards, Colin Chaplin

    • Thank you for your comment! Unfortunately, we have absolutely no say with regard to the park or the the surrounding area. QEMA’s Victoria Schoolhouse is even a separate entity from the rest of the pioneer village.

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