Time Traveller

Weaver Hall Museum
22nd February 2017

Between 3pm and 4pm ...

Explore the villages of mid-Cheshire then and now with local historian Paul Hurley.

From Moulton, original home of the Winsford salt workers, to Sandiway, birthplace of famous Cheshire architect John Douglas.  From Whitegate, once home of the largest Cistercian abbey in the country, then to Hartford, the hamlet of Cotebrook and its larger neighbour Tarporley, the ancient village of Great Budworth, and on to Weaverham, Barnton and Little Leigh.

£1.50, including a complimentary tea or coffee from 2.30pm.

Location:

Weaver Hall Museum
162 London Road
Northwich
Cheshire
CW9 8AB

Tel: 01606 271640

WWW: Weaver Hall Museum

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