ON CURIOUS SOUTH CHESHIRE
Great film. I enjoyed it! Best thing on TV
on a wet Saturday afternoon.
- Malcolm Oldfield,
Usually, when I settle down on a Saturday
afternoon I fall asleep in front of the television, but not with this
video. We both thought it was wonderful. And although we know it was
made by amateurs, it looks as though it could have been made
- Bob Hope, former co-proprietor - with
Caroline - of the Inglenook Tea Shoppe, Pillory Street, Nantwich. (Now
Molly's Tea Shoppe.)
[Bob added that he knew of two pub
quizmasters who had bought a DVD to find new questions.]
I think it is superb. No doubt I'll watch
it many times and it will certainly be one of my treasures.
- Barbara Jones, of A. B. and H.
Prints, Nantwich, and widow of J. Haydn Jones, the Nantwich
artist, one of whose drawings appears in the video.
I thought it was excellent. Very
- Edward Thornton-Firkin, one of the
Wardens at St Peter's Church, Hargrave (one of the buildings featured in
I enjoyed watching it. Very interesting
and I'm already looking around for some of the "odd spots".
- Gareth Roberts, Nantwich.
The DVD - well constructed, well narrated
and well produced - is enjoying the popularity it deserves. What next?
- David Wyche, Nantwich.
Next? Well, this.
I received the DVD this afternoon
and watched it with my daughter who is here on a visit. We both enjoyed
it immensely. Well done. The whole thing was well paced and the
narration and visuals were spot on.
- David Kirkpatrick, USA.
I have had a very interesting time viewing
the videos (South Cheshire Curiosities and More Cheshire Curiosities)
and must congratulate the team on a very professional standard effort.
- Anthony J. Robinson, Whitchurch,
[Author of "Dad had an Engine Shed";
The Oakwood Press.]
See also a review in a
Cheshire History Society
publication - here