• Your business’ name and logo placed prominently next to the adopted object.
• Your logo and website address to appear in a Thank You section on the museum’s website and in the West Cheshire Museums Exhibitions and Events guide, published three times a year.
• An adoption certificate signed by Senior Curator, Elizabeth Montgomery.
• An opportunity to have a photograph taken next to your adopted object with Kate Harland, Heritage and Museums Manager, and Elizabeth Montgomery, Senior Curator.
You can choose to adopt an object from one of our museums:
The Grosvenor Museum in Chester
The Lion Salt Works in Marston
Stretton Watermill in Farndon
Weaver Hall Museum and Workhouse in Northwich
For more information about the Adopt an Object scheme please email Richard Hall.
From left to right: Kate Harland, Museums and Heritage Manager, Brittany Lange and Chloe Jones from Sykes Holiday Cottages and Elizabeth Montgomery, Senior Curator, next to the model of the Roman Soldier at the Grosvenor Museum.
Sykes Holiday Cottages' generous support will help us care for our collections and fund our public activity programme.
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The nodding donkey at the Lion Salt Works.
Now fully restored the pump recreates the process of bringing brine to the surface which in giant size pans would have been boiled to extract salt.
It is wonderful that INEOS Inovyn have adopted this iconic object that spans both the past and the present.