FHAG

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AcronymDefinition
FHAGFor Honour and Glory
FHAGFair Housing Accessibility Guidelines (US Department of Housing and Urban Development)
FHAGFish Habitat Advisory Group (Canada)
FHAGFairfield House and Garden
FHAGFowgay Hall Action Group (UK)
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Jeff Stone, spokesman for the Fowgay Hall Action group fighting the development said: "This will be a sad day for Solihull.
Fowgay Hall Action Group spokesman Jeff Stone said: "This is very disappointing news for all the local residents.
Jeff Stone, a spokesman for the Fowgay Hall Action Group set up to save the hall, said he was "saddened" that work was progressing which would lead to the demolition of the building.
Fowgay Hall Action Group spokesman Jeff Stone said: "The inspector is due to arrive at 3pm and we would like as many supporters as possible to be present on the day to show they care about Fowgay Hall.
Jeff Stone, of Fowgay Hall Action Group, said: "This is a sorry day for local democracy.
John Wright, of Fowgay Hall Action Group, said: " We have shown that over the past 400 years, Fowgay Hall has grown as Solihull has grown while retaining its roots
Six weeks ago, a Government inspector was met by members of the Fowgay Hall Action Group and 80 protesters at the building, which stands on the corner of Dingle Lane and Whitefields Road.
Jeff Stone, spokesman for the Fowgay Hall Action Group, said: "We have never pretended there is anything spectacular or beautiful about the building.
Upon arrival he was met by members of the Fowgay Hall Action Group (FHAG) and a further 80 protesters who braved the bitter weather to form a "cordon of concern" around the building, on the corner of Dingle Lane and Whitefields Road.
Jeff Stone, Fowgay Hall Action Group press officer, said formal grading from English Heritage would offer more protection.
Members of the Fowgay Hall Action Group (FHAG) braved the bitter January weather to form a "cordon of concern" around the building which stands on the corner of Dingle Lane and Whitefields Road.
Members of the Fowgay Hall Action Group (FHAG) are calling on residents across Solihull to join them to form a "cordon of concern" around the building when it is examined by a government planning inspector on Monday.