THIS video takes a look at some of the
more unusual items to be found in various towns and villages in South
These include: A third castle on
the Cheshire Plain; a summerhouse that was built as a ruin; the
place of worship with 10 Green Men and 12 church mice; a house covered
with images of people who "wronged" a local man; the grave of a
cricketer who played in the first "Ashes" cricket test match; and a water bowl for canine
The video features
curiosities in Acton, Audlem, Barthomley, Bickley, Bunbury,
Cholmondeley, Crewe Green, Hargrave, Marbury, Mow Cop (with Rode Hall),
Nantwich, Peckforton, Sandbach, Shocklach, Stapeley, Wrenbury and
Wybunbury. Also Crewe Station and the Old Coach Road.
It costs £10 and runs for approximately 52
minutes. It is in colour, 4:3 ratio, and PAL formats.
this page for information about different
All proceeds are for the
restoration fund of
St Mary's Parish Church,
A review by "Cheshire
History" of the video appears here |
Nantwich Museum; Nantwich Book Shop; Englesea Brook Chapel and Museum; Williams,
Newsagents, Audlem; and St Peter's Church, Hargrave, near Chester.
The video is duplicated by
Downstream of Nantwich.
For American viewers: The
video includes a visit to the grave of a Second World War USAAF pilot,
1st Lt Arthur L. Brown, of New York, who died while flying his stricken jet
over the town. Read more on