EASTER EGG HUNT - Calling all young detectives!
Posted March 19 2013
Do you have any young detectives in your family?? Are they looking for something to do over the Easter holiday? Here at the Heritage Centre we will be having an Easter Egg hunt, following clues to locate the eggs. Every child who participates will receive a mini egg and the first correct entry drawn...
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February Forum 2013 presented by the Friends of Knutsford Heritage Centre
Posted December 26 2012
Plans are well underway for the Friends February Forum 2013 and we are looking forward to introducing four knowledgeable and entertaining speakers.The talks will take place at 12 noon each Saturday in February,last about an hour, and are followed by a light lunch. Tickets for the talks are &po...
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Write A Story for Knutsford - Primary Schools Competition
Posted September 08 2012
Supported by Knutsford Guardian.
RULES AND CONDITIONS
1. Prizes awarded for best writing, fact or fiction, based on Knutsford.... 300 words (or fewer). The work may be illustrated.
2. Entries divided into two age categories, years...
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Jazz, Soul & Blues Fundraising Evening - September 23rd 2012
Posted August 11 2012
A Musical Evening To Enjoy - Sunday September 23rd 2012
The Friends of Knutsford Heritage Centre have booked a popular local jazz musician for their musical evening on Sunday September 23rd. Jeremy Sassoon performs a mix of jazz, blues and soul on keyboard and vocals. Seating for thi...
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The King Canute Cobbles
Posted May 26 2012
We were asked this week by a group of visitors from the Lake District about the King Canute mosaic of cobbles at the top of Heritage Way, so we thought you would all like to know. The mosaic was designed by Lancaster artist Maggy Howarth. In 1994, the Groundwork Trust employed contractors to m...
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Knutsford Rugby Club Lends Several Hands
Posted May 17 2012
When we needed the three large oak frames that housed the tapestry removing to make way for the new frames, we knew we needed some muscle. The oak frames are very heavy and took several people to lift them on to the wall. So we called Knutsford Rugby Club who were more that happy to help...
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Musgrave Gallery Opening
Posted May 17 2012
A descendant of one of the previous owners of the yard, where Knutsford Heritage Centre currently sits, has helped to unveil the attractions new gallery. The upstairs gallery has been refurnished and sponsored by Living Ventures. Now renamed the Musgrave Gallery and unveiled by Jea...
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Knutsford Heritage Centre Recreates 150 year old photograph
Posted March 16 2012
King Street in 1861, the novelty of a photograph attracts local traders. Mr Siddeley, stationer (in top hat) with his children, Mr Silvester the chemist (in soft hat) and Earnest Holland, the butcher seen on the right in his white overall with his ‘steel’ hanging from his waist.
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