Battle of Nantwich: Holly Holy Day

Those good people from the Sealed Knot will be commemorating the Battle of Nantwich on 27th January 2018. They parade through the town, pausing at the church, before popping over to Mill Island for a bit of a dust up. Well worth a visit if you haven't been before, there are usually some re-enactors showing off their camps outside the church, the museum puts short talks on (short enough and interesting enough for small people). Wrap up warm and wear your wellies!

Here's a couple of pictures from last year's event.




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