Nantwich Museum

Nantwich Museum

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Events Coming Up In The Next Month

Friday 25th May 10:30-12:30pm Coffee Morning Tuesday 29th May 10:30-4:30pm David Jewkes FREE Painting Demo Wednesday 30th May 11-3pm Half Term Crafts and Quizzes Workshops (only £2 per child) Thursday 31st May 11-3pm Half Term Crafts and Quizzes Workshops (only £2 per child) Tuesday 5th June Simon Bowler Nantwich Buildings Exhibition Opens (running until 21st… (read more)

Art in Action at Nantwich Museum

Art in Action is a painting demonstration by local artist David Jewkes forming part of his successful exhibition, A Life in Colour running in the Millennium Gallery at Nantwich Museum until Saturday 14 July 2018. From 10.30 am – 4.30 pm on Tuesday 29 May 2018 David will be in the gallery working on one of his… (read more)

Nantwich Museum Welcomes New Museum Manager

Elliot Goodger has been welcomed by the Nantwich Museum Trustees to the post of Museum Manager, providing temporary cover as existing Manager, Kate Dobson, takes maternity leave. Elliot, from Rednal, Birmingham is a graduate of the University of Leicester, Aston University and Ironbridge International Institute for Cultural Heritage at the University of Birmingham. He has… (read more)

New Volunteering Opportunity – Publicity Officer

Role Description: Publicity Officer, Nantwich Museum Nantwich Museum is a local, community organisation and charity. In addition to a our permanent exhibitions that reflect the rich history of this market town, a wealth of other activities also take place including temporary exhibitions, workshops, talks and events. This is an exciting opportunity to be involved with… (read more)

Can You Help Us?

The Museum has a collection of whitesmith’s tools, used for forging objects out of tin, pewter and other light metals. Tin ware was being produced from early in the seventeenth century and in Cheshire there were whitesmiths/tinsmiths in Crewe, Weaverham and doubtless elsewhere. Between 1835 and 1883 there were up to six braziers, tinplate workers… (read more)