5 Mar 2017
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Forlorn fragments

Forlorn Fragments...

Forlorn Fragments, an art exhibition by Marguerite Turner, focusses on heritage remains in the UK and abroad and runs in the Your Space Gallery at Nantwich Museum until Saturday »

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29 Jan 2017
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Barbera and Janet on Holly Holy Day

Museum Commemorates the...

Holly Holy Day, which celebrates the lifting of the 1643/44 siege through the Battle of Nantwich on 25 January 1644, was commemorated in the town on 28 January. It was a busy »

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13 Aug 2016
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Thomas Malbon journal in Nnatwich museum

360 Year Old Journal...

Visitors to Nantwich Museum have a rare opportunity to view a 360 year old journal of events in and around the town during the English Civil War. The author was Thomas Malbon, »

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31 Jan 2014
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Battle of Nantwich

There is a display in Nantwich Museum’s main gallery about the Battle of Nantwich includes the letter from Sir Thomas Fairfax, the leader of more than 2,500 Parliamentarian »

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31 Jan 2014
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The Worlestone Ring

THE Museum has a number of rings on display, including the Worleston Ring.   An ancient gold “snake” ring, it was unearthed at Worleston, near Nantwich, by »

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31 Jan 2014
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The Salt Ship

A SECTION of a 700-year-old oak tree discovered under an area of Nantwich soil excited archaeologists, museum officials, and others – with good reason – back in »

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31 Jan 2014
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The Cheese Room

The Cheese Room is a permanent exhibition featuring the cheese-making industry of South Cheshire. There are artefacts from local cheese-making, accompanied by photographs »

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24 Jan 2014
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Welsh Row Roman and...

Thanks to replacement work on gas pipes in Welsh Row, Roman and Medieval roads came to light in August 2007. Earthworks Archaeology were keeping a watching brief on the work »

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