Recitals and family fun celebrate town’s heritage

Are living songs and loved ones entertaining occasions are being hosted by an ancient Cromwellian

Are living songs and loved ones entertaining occasions are being hosted by an ancient Cromwellian building.

Brook Road Chapel, the only grade I constructing in Knutsford, is hosting an open working day as component of national heritage week.

Distinctive things to do are staying held on Sunday, September 19 at the chapel opposite Knutsford station.

Maurice Pitcher, who is organising the occasion, mentioned: “We want individuals in our city to experience a comforting and extremely entertaining handful of several hours in our concealed garden right right here in the centre of Knutsford.

“We are offering loads of enjoyment for the youngsters such as hand puppet decoration which can be made use of for our pop up puppet theatre.

“We would like much more people today to experience the natural beauty of this creating.

Brook Street Chapel

Puppeteer Jean Bradley entertainsĀ children

A hog roast and ploughman’s lunch with refreshments such as wine and beer will be on provide.

Selfmade cakes will also be available with tea or espresso.

Singer Jessica Baldry from the Halle group will perform in a small service accompanied by organist Aya Pitcher.

Mini organ recitals go on in the afternoons and a 20-piece brass band will entertain visitors on the 2nd afternoon alongside one another with Morris dancers and an owl display screen.

Guided excursions will be provided for readers interested in the background of the chapel. Popular author Elizabeth Gaskell is buried in the grounds.

Meal tickets can be purchased from Knutsford Artwork Store and Stationary House, 36 Princess Avenue, WA16 6BN (funds only please)