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Crafting the Woods

24 May - 30 September
Following the success of last year’s Woollen Woods, Stretton Watermill has invited makers to contribute creations to a crafty woodland in its grounds.

Letters Home: Communications on the Front

20 July - 16 November
This poignant exhibition displays the collections gathered during the last four years during the Cheshire Great War Roadshows and reveals communications with the Front.

Northwich in Stitch

21 July - 4 November
An exhibition of textile and mixed media work by the Breakaway group, inspired by items in the museum collection, local waterways, structures and the Northwich Union Workhouse which once occupied the museum building.

Michael Sandle: Monumental Rage

1 August - 7 October
Professor Michael Sandle RA, who studied at Chester School of Art, is widely recognised as one of the finest sculptors in the world, and is also a brilliant draughtsman and printmaker.

Paintings by Rembrandt’s Workshop and Teniers

1 August - 23 September
Masterpieces of Dutch and Flemish painting are being lent to the museum this summer from the outstanding art collection of the Grosvenor family.

Who Stayed at Tatton Park?

26 September @ 3.00pm - 4.00pm
Join Corey Estensen for an examination of the visitors’ book from 1884-1909, when guests to the mansion left behind their signatures, sketches and ephemera.

Craft and Chat

28 September @ 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.

Victorian Harvest Weekend

29 September - 30 September
12noon-5pm. Mill visit £3, free activities. Celebrate the traditional harvest with apple pressing (bring your own), butter making, corn dollies, recipes, music, and ‘the wonders of the bicycle’.

The Salt Works Sessions

29 September @ 7.00pm - 11.00pm
The first in a series of folk evenings to be held over the coming year.

The Art of War: The Many Faces of Global Conflict

3 October @ 1.30pm - 3.00pm
After the Great War (not, as it turned out, the War to end all Wars) artists became regular fixtures in the proliferating violence which led to the Second World War and beyond, right down to the present day.
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