P1060022Members of the Chester Society for Landscape History recently spent a day in Nantwich led by Julie Smalley.

During the afternoon the group visited the museum and heard a talk by Graham Dodd on the Landscape of Nantwich in Tudor Times. This was followed by a walkabout to put some of the features of the Nantwich landscape in context. As well as the regular landmarks this included Nantwich Castle, the brine spring at The Willows and the various salt producing areas of the town. Also the 400,000,000 year old erratic not exhibited in Waterlode.

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