40 years of magic from top theatre

Knutsford Guardian: Charles Gounod

2:59pm Thursday 22nd May 2014

A THEATRE hailed by visitors and regulars alike is getting ready for an extra special anniversary in July.

Variety of items set to go under hammer at Marshall's

Knutsford Guardian: Nick Hall from Marshall’s with the needlework picture.

12:30pm Thursday 13th March 2014

A RARE pair of natural pearl earrings, a needlework with a ‘unique’ wooden frame and photos of disabled children enjoying rides in motor cars at stately homes in the Knutsford area are just part of a collection of intriguing items sent to go under the hammer at an auction house in the town next week.

Old photo prompts daughter to delve into father's Knutsford past

Knutsford Guardian: The photo that sparked Carol Anne’s quest. The photo shows her father Morris dancing in Knutsford

4:00pm Wednesday 19th February 2014

A CHANCE discovery of a 90-year-old photo, a bigamous marriage and a secret night train trip from London to Cheshire – all are ingredients for a dramatic page-turner.

Remember When: Northwich Road 100 years ago

Knutsford Guardian: Remember When: Northwich Road 100 years ago

5:30pm Friday 7th February 2014

NORTHWICH Road 101 or so years ago looks very different to today’s.

The Accidental Historian: Eleanor Leicester Warren

Knutsford Guardian: Tony Davies the Accidental Historian

7:00pm Tuesday 4th February 2014

The Guardian’s Accidental Historian takes a retrospective look at the life of the formidable Eleanor Leicester Warren.

Civil war bullet marks to be topic of conversation at Blackden Trust talk

Knutsford Guardian: Young people priced out of Holmes Chapel housing market

12:00pm Saturday 1st February 2014

BULLET marks in St Luke’s Church in Holmes Chapel dating back to the English Civil War will be the subject of the latest talk organised by the Friends of Blackden Trust.

Village group puts First World War exhibition in place

Knutsford Guardian: Volunteers make some of the dresses, from left, Kate Hamilton, Pat Ingram, Linda Clowes, Julie Fowkes, Guilia Woodfine-Jones and Eve Anderton.

5:00pm Friday 24th January 2014

PREPARATIONS are now well underway for Holmes Chapel’s commemoration of the First World War.

Heritage Centre leads the way with 150th Royal May Day celebrations

Knutsford Guardian: The Early Days: May Queen 1887 Mary Howarth

4:10pm Thursday 16th January 2014

THE countdown to the town’s milestone 150th Royal May Day is officially on – and Knutsford Heritage Centre is leading the way with the celebrations.

Arley Hall couple reflect on neatly three decades at the Mere stately home

10:11am Friday 15th November 2013

A COUPLE who delight in sharing tales from the history of a Mere stately home are themselves a vital chapter in its story.


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