Talk: Villages of The River Dee

Mid Cheshire College - Hartford Campus
22nd March 2013

A Northwich & District Heritage Society Talk ....

Sponsored by Gilroy Wilson Shoes

Gavin Hunter, a Wirral local historian, will present this lavishly illustrated talk on the history and the changing fortunes of the villages from Chester to West Kirby.

Since Roman times the River Dee has been an important source of income for its coastal villages. Armies have set sail for battle and smugglers abounded throughout the ages.

Northwich & District Heritage Society members enjoy free admission to the Society's programme of talks. Non-members are welcome on payment of £1.50 admission fee at the door.

Talks take place at Mid-Cheshire College, Hartford Campus, Chester Road, Northwich at 8:00pm.

Plenty of parking and the usual disabled facilties.

Location:

Mid Cheshire College - Hartford Campus
Chester Road
Northwich
Cheshire
CW8 1LJ

WWW: Northwich & District Heritage Soc

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