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Guided Walking Tours of Chester with the Guild of Chester Tour Guides

1 February - 31 October
|Recurring Event (See all)
until 22 February 2020
Your guide will lead you on a captivating journey through 2,000 years of history, taking in all the main sites along the way, including the Rows, Walls, River and the exterior of the Cathedral.

LBGT History Exhibition and Film festival

1 February - 1 March
Now in its third year Weaver Hall Museum hosts another exhibition and film festival organised by Silver Rainbows, a social network for older lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people in Cheshire.

Brine, steam and rust: industrial landscapes of Northwich

22 February - 1 June
An exhibition of paintings by Richard Edmunds, reflecting the powerful presence of Cheshire’s Industrial Age.

Social Butterflies

22 February @ 2.00pm - 4.00pm
Crochet, knit, collage or craft a butterfly to add to our big Social Butterflies installation!


22 February @ 7.15pm - 10.00pm
Scottish duo The Jellyman’s Daughter lands squarely in the middle of an intriguing crossroads between bluegrass, post-rock, folk and soul. Mixing their unique vocal harmonies with wild and visceral cello, driving guitar and sweet mandolin, Emily and Graham write their songs together with a focus on doing something new.

Wartime Tatton (WW2)

26 February @ 3.00pm - 4.00pm
This talk outlines the narrative of Tatton Park during World War Two.

Film Club: The Keeper

27 February @ 7.30pm - 9.00pm
Organised by the Friends of Weaver Hall Museum, films are shown in museum’s Regalette Cinema.

Craft and Chat

28 February @ 10.30am - 12.30pm
Meet like-minded crafters, learn a new skill, and enjoy a cup of tea in the relaxed setting of Weaver Hall Museum’s café.

The hidden history of plants in the Stone Age

4 March @ 1.00pm - 2.00pm
With Dr Barry Taylor- We associate the early human past with the use of stone tools but it was plants that provided many of the materials of daily life. From nettle cord fishing lines or birch bark containers to elm bows and lime canoes, early prehistoric communities made use of a wide range of plants, often using certain species for specific tasks.

Café Crafts

5 March @ 2.00pm - 4.00pm
Join us for an afternoon of craft and chat in our 1940s café. Bring along your own project or feel free to join in with one of ours. Everyone is welcome – whether you’re a master or a beginner.
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