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Congleton Town Hall joins in Congleton Heritage Festival 2018

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Congleton Town Hall will opening its doors as part of the Congleton Heritage and Antiques Festival 2018 this weekend.

Opening 2-5pm on Sunday 16th September and 10am-4pm on Monday 17th September, visitors will have the chance to view some of the town’s treasures – including the mace, town bell, weights and measures and roll of mayors since 1318.

 

Tours

There will be an opportunity to join in tours of the gothic Victorian building at: 2.30pm, 3.30pm and 4.30pm on Sunday and 11.30am, 2pm and 3pm on Monday.

Visitors will be able to see artwork created by local primary schools relating to Congleton’s history and treasures.

 

Medieval banquet

A wall hanging prepared for the medieval banquet on Friday 21st September will also be on display.

A few tickets for the medieval banquet are still available from Congleton Tourist Information Centre inside the Town Hall.

Tickets to the banquet are £30, entrance to the open days are free of charge.

 

Antiques valuation

Congleton Town Hall will also be hosting a talk and valuation session by TV antiques expert Adam Partridge on Tuesday 18th September.

This session starts at 7pm and numbers are limited. Tickets cost £4 and attendees are asked to bring no more than one item per person which shouldn’t be small jewellery items.

 


Full details of Congleton Heritage and Antiques Festival (8th-23rd September) can be found at www.congletonheritagefestival.com


 

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