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  • Unfolding History 
    Nantwich Museum 

    The fascinating history of one of Cheshire’s most attractive and historic towns is brought to life at Nantwich Museum ....

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  • Poulton: An Archaeological Landscape 
    Grosvenor Museum 
    8th Jul 2017 - 5th Nov 2017 

    Poulton is a small farming hamlet just outside Chester ....

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  • Charcoal Making 
    Delamere Forest 
    28th Oct 2017 

    Come and learn how to make lump charcoal using a ring kiln ...

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  • Pantomime: Wizard of Oz 
    Grange Theatre 
    10th Dec 2017 - 31st Dec 2017 

    KD Theatre Productions in association with The Grange Theatre present Wizard of Oz - Pantomime ....

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  • Telling the Story of Mid Cheshire 
    Weaver Hall Museum 

    Housed within the old Northwich Union Workhouse building, full of displays, tales and history of Mid Cheshire ....

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  • Harlequin Players present God of Carnage 
    Harlequin Theatre 
    25th Oct 2017 - 28th Oct 2017 

    The Harleqiun Players present God of Carnage....

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Whitchurch

Afloat on Cheshire's Waterways

A Perfect Place to Visit

The firm of J B Joyce was established in Whitchurch in 1690 and continues to make magnificent tower clocks today.

Their clocks have an international reputation and can be found on cathedrals and palaces from Singapore to Kabul. One of their most loved and photographed clocks is the Eastgate clock in Chester. Many examples of Joyce's work can be seen around the town making Whitchurch "the Home of Tower Clocks".

Whitchurch is famous for cheesemaking and despite being in Shropshire is widely considered to be the home of Cheshire cheese. Many of the local cheese products are available at the farmers market that runs on the first Saturday of every month.

There are a number of interesting Town Trails, including the Clock Trail, and Jubilee Park is the starting point of five long distance walking routes, popular with walkers on holiday in the area.

An attractive walk out of the town along the Shropshire Way is the Llangollen Canal and the magnificent flight of staircase locks at Grindley Brook.

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