THE KEY TO LONG-TERM SURVIVAL IS USEFULNESS, NOT AUTHENTICITY
It is fortuitous that the opening of the Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre in Great Missenden (pages 21-35) coincides with the release of Tim Burton's remake of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. But that's all. This is not a hit-and-run initiative set up to capitalise on a passing fad but a costly and time-consuming venture, designed to serve its purpose over a period of several years. Its founders will only know if it has succeeded when the current wave of interest subsides and normality ...
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