The COVID-19 pandemic has had an enormous impact on all of us, transforming the way we live, work and socialise. Residents and communities are joining together to reflect on this time and preserve their thoughts for future generations in a borough-wide project called COVID-19 Reflections, coordinated by Cheshire West and Chester Council.
Our Learning Officer Virginia, along with the Grosvenor Museum Meet and Make group of people living with dementia and their loved ones, toured Grosvenor Park as part of the project.
If you'd like to know more about the Meet and Make group, please email Virginia.
This acclaimed film uses a vast array of archival material to hauntingly recast and retell the experiences of post-war immigrants.
This dynamic exhibition showcases filmic work by local artist, James Snazell, inspired by the history and surroundings of the Salt Works.
The Art School is back! Join local artist and heritage worker India Hackett for a fun and informal evening of creativity.
Planned and developed by trained EYFS staff, our nature-inspired sessions for pre-schoolers mix craft activities, imaginative play, fun stories and song.
Wartime and industry, 1914-1950.
Women’s work changed dramatically during the first half of the twentieth century. This exhibition highlights the essential role women played in keeping the county (and country) going during the first and second World Wars.
From Betty Boop in a biplane, via some Alien eggs, to Bugs Bunny at the piano, prepare yourself for a new sensation: salt and pepper pot envy. Part of the Lion Salt Works' season of salt and food.