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Recipe for a livable community
What is heritage conservation? A brief overview
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What Meaford is doing about heritage
Meaford's Official Plan and other important documents
Meaford heritage success stories

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Meaford Hall

Meaford Hall
Nelson and Sykes

Meaford Hall is so obviously a success it seems unnecessary to mention it. But not that long ago, it was in very real danger. While it had been declared a heritage building by Meaford council, it was falling in to disrepair, and many argued that it wasn't worth saving. Today, it stands in better repair than it has in decades, with improvements and additions that will make it a viable and integral part of our community for decades (one hopes centuries) to come.

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