Taste Knutsford is one!

11 November, 2019


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Chester History and Heritage

Chester History and Heritage, the local and family history resource, is now based at the History Hub at the Grosvenor

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Trio of rock hyraxes born at Chester Zoo

Small and furry… and related to elephants!   Three baby rock hyraxes - a species with a rather impressive claim

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Historic cotton mill at Quarry Bank re-opens

A historic mill - which was once the site of one of the largest cotton manufacturing businesses in Britain -

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The Flying Scotsman and the Golden Age of Steam

  An illustrated talk by the television programme maker David Parker, with special guest Bryan Skellon - a retired Crewe

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English Heritage calls on public to defend Beeston Castle

The castles of England have survived sieges and bombardments, attacking armies and countless wars - but today, says conservation charity

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Alderley Edge ‘There But Not There’ appeal

This November will mark 100 years since the end of the First World War. With this in mind, a group

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Traditional country bank holiday weekend at Tatton Farm

Traditional rural crafts and country fare will make for the perfect family day out during the upcoming bank holiday weekend

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Food festival brings about cheesy theme for Nantwich Museum

Image: the Cheese Room at Nantwich Museum   Two local family businesses will feature in activities at Nantwich Museum during

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New spider discovery (oh, great!)

Not everyone’s idea of an exciting discovery, nevertheless, arachnologist Richard Burkmar has discovered a special tiny jumping spider - just

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‘Aspects of Welsh Row’ talks and tours at Nantwich Museum

To complement the summer exhibition detailing the history of Welsh Row, Nantwich Museum will be hosting a talk at 2pm