Save Abbey Road Studios

Following widespread reports that music group EMI plans to sell the famous recording studios, music fans are campaigning for Abbey Road to be saved.

As many know, Abbey Road Studios is the place where the Beatles recorded their albums and now, after it was discussed on Chris Evans’ BBC Radio 2 show, the National Trust has been put forward as the front runner to take on the world famous Abbey Road Studios.

A National Trust spokesman said: “It’s not often that the public spontaneously suggests that we should acquire a famous building, however Abbey Road Studios appear to be very dear to the nation’s heart – to the extent that we will take soundings as to whether a campaign is desirable or even feasible.”

Should the National Trust buy Abbey Road Studios?

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The National Trust, which owns and preserves historic buildings across England, Wales and Northern Ireland, is now asking people to contact it with their thoughts. The National Trust already has a connection with the band, as it owns the Liverpool childhood homes of Sir Paul McCartney and the late John Lennon.

If you would like to see the National Trust step in and save Abbey Road Studios then click here to show your support.

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  • I definitely agree that Abbey Road studios is something the National Trust should look into purchasing – it is an iconing building for the UK and things like this should be preservced for future generations.

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