KNUTSFORD band Fine Lines would like to hear from you if you have a life-sized stuffed bear.

The group has issued a plea for unusual antiques and items for a forthcoming photo shoot.

The shoot, which is to take place on Sunday, November 18 at Brook Street Chapel Hall in Knutsford, is for the cover of the band’s new album, which is due to be released in March 2019.

The band would like to borrow an accordion, a horn gramophone, a suit of armour, a lamp post, a double bass and a life-sized stuffed bear.

Front man David Boardman said: “There are a number of rather bizarre items that we would love to use in our photo shoot, and I’m hoping there are some local people who would be willing to lend us the items for the day, in exchange for a copy of the album, when it comes out next year.”

If anyone can help, please email Fine Lines at

It’s not the first time Fine Lines has used Brook Street Chapel Hall as a backdrop.

Earlier this year the five-piece band shot the video for ‘Forget about You’ at the hall and on November 24 they are also putting on a special gig in the unique venue.

David added: “We absolutely love Brook Street Chapel Hall - it’s a wonderful space and the perfect place for a photo shoot.

“We are also really excited to be staging an event at the Hall later this month.

“My wife and I got married at Brook Street Chapel and both of our children were christened there too so it’s a very special place for me and a local venue that I’m keen to support.”

As well as David on vocals and lead guitar, the band features drummer Mark Radcliffe, vocalist Zoe Blythe, bassist Alex Berry, violinist Emily Doggett and keyboard player Gary O’Brien.

Tickets for the gig on 24 November are available from

Fine Lines was established in 2016 by Knutsford-based singer, songwriter and guitarist, David Boardman.

The band’s debut album, Hour of Need, was released in 2017 to great acclaim.