The Society for the Preservation of Admirable Rubble’ (SPAR) is dedicated to preserving the rubble of the UK in all its varied forms. They fight to keep the rubble created from bulldozing peoples home and businesses on display. Not just as a memorial but as an aesthetically pleasing experience.
If you have any examples of admirable rubble email to preserveadmirablerubble (@) gmail.com as the Society will gladly except submissions from non-members.
According to the Oxford English Dictionary Rubble is :
Waste or rough fragments of stone, brick, concrete, etc., especially as the debris from the demolition of buildings
The Society’s definition of Admirable Rubble can be ventured as thus:
Rubble that embodies all the qualities of the demolished building so meriting a portion being retained as a reminder of its existence even after a new building is in its place
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