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. His powerful work explores the themes of violence, war, death and memorialisation.
The mill is calling out to makers out there to create something to be part of our outdoor exhibition. Could you crochet a ladybird, felt a rabbit or turn a toadstool?
The members of Visual Arts Cheshire, a Northwich-based community arts group, have been back exploring the museum stores and creating work in response to some of the more unusual artefacts in our collections.
Chester History & Heritage has
closed in St. Michael’s Church.
We are moving into the Grosvenor Museum & hope to open in early Spring.Whilst we are closed if you need to
contact us please email us at
We will post news of our reopening as soon as possible via the Cheshire West Museums
website and the Chester History & Heritage facebook page.
There's a huge variety of workshops, trips and visits specially tailored for schools, on offer across all of West Cheshire Museums. Find out what your school can discover and learn.