Bill Pearson

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Nantwich Workhouse Webinar

The first of a series of Webinar Talks for Nantwich Museum got off to an excellent start, with Bill Pearson giving an illustrated talk about Nantwich Workhouse. The talk covered different workhouses in the area and the six buildings on The Barony (that are still there today) which were part […]

Online Talks at Nantwich Museum

Nantwich Museum has announced the resumption of its “Aspects of Nantwich” series of talks originally scheduled for the Spring but interrupted by the pandemic. Due to continuing restrictions the talks will be given online with the following schedule. Wednesday 2 September 2020 Nantwich Workhouse(s) by Bill Pearson recounting tales of the […]

Nantwich Museum Main Gallery

Nantwich Museum’s Exciting Future

After 40 years of serving the community by recording the rich history of the town and its locality, Nantwich Museum is laying ambitious plans to update its Main Gallery. The Cheese and Dairy Room was updated in 2017 and the Cheshire Civil War Centre Gallery opened in 2019. The four […]

116 Nantwich Benchmarks

Things to do

The Museum is now providing family friendly activities through the “Resources” section of its website: www.nantwichmuseum.org.uk/learning/things-to-do. Events that have shaped the town includes the downloadable comics: The Battle of Nantwich 1644 and The Great Fire of Nantwich. There are Four Trails:. The Nantwich Town Trail guides participants around some of […]

Museum Plans Re-opening in Autumn

Plans are afoot for the re-opening of Nantwich Museum in Pillory Street, which has been closed to the public since the March lockdown, although staff and volunteers continue to work offsite. A number of projects have received attention, in particular, development of the Digital Museum through which the Museum has […]