Maria Miller visits Sea City Museum and sees progress on new £21m arts complex

Daily Echo: Culture Secretary Maria Miller with Royston Smith at Sea City today. Culture Secretary Maria Miller with Royston Smith at Sea City today.

CULTURE Secretary Maria Miller visited Southampton today to explore the city’s past, present and future arts legacy.

The senior Conservative politician arrived at the Sea City Museum to tour the complex, the Titanic Memorial and the new Ship to Shore exhibition.

The minister, who is MP for Basingstoke, also heard about the progress of the city’s new £21m arts complex being built off Guildhall Square.

Southampton Conservative group leader Royston Smith and arts complex project team leader Jill Low were among those showing her around.

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12:34pm Fri 7 Mar 14

charrlee says...

Wonder what she thinks about us wanting to sell off our art collection?
Wonder what she thinks about us wanting to sell off our art collection? charrlee
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1:57pm Fri 7 Mar 14

SilvanDryad says...

Should be quite a quick visit if she only wants to see culture...
Should be quite a quick visit if she only wants to see culture... SilvanDryad
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