The trilogy


Curious South Cheshire


More Cheshire Curiosities


Further Cheshire Curiosities








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The Jewel in the Town


Facets of a Jewel


Ship Ahoy


Flower festival





Guest DVD:

Nantwich Players


Buying on line




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Outlets for videos featured on Jonboro Videos are:


lNantwich Book Shop and Coffee Lounge, 46 High Street, Nantwich. Telephone 01270 611665 (above). The shop is featured on the A Dabber's Nantwich website.

  DVDs stocked: Further Cheshire Curiosities", "South Cheshire Curiosities", "More Cheshire Curiosities", and "In Praise of Flowers and Hymn Music". They also stock other local DVDs and books)  The DVDs are available on line through the website:  www.nantwichbookshop.co.uk.

Your local independent bookshop.


lNantwich Museum, Pillory Street, Nantwich. This is open from 10.30am to 4.30pm, Tuesday to Saturday. Admission is free, although donations are always welcome. Telephone: 01270 627104.

  DVDs stocked: "Further Cheshire Curiosities".

   Website: www.nantwichmuseum.org.uk

The home of the town's history.


lEnglesea Brook Chapel and Museum, Englesea Brook, near Crewe, CW2 5QW. Featured in the "More Cheshire Curiosities" video. Services are still held in the Chapel. Museum: April to July and September to October: Thursday, Friday, Saturday (10am to 5pm) Sunday (2pm to 5pm). August, Tuesday to Sunday (times as above); November to March by appointment. Admission free but £4 per head for organised group visits. Telephone: 01270 820836. Further information from www.engleseabrook-museum.org.uk.

  DVDs stocked: "Curious South Cheshire" and "More Cheshire Curiosities".

Displays tell the story of the Primitive Methodism movement.


lKnutsford Heritage Centre, 90a King Street, Knutsford, WA16 6ED. Telephone 01565 650506. Opening time, summer (April to September) Tuesday to Sunday, 11am to 4pm; winter (October to March) Tuesday to Saturday, 11am to 4pm. Free admission.

   DVDs stocked: "More Cheshire Curiosities". 

   Website: www.knutsfordheritage.co.uk.

Home of Knutsford town's history and the famous 40-foot Millennium Tapestry, with regularly changing exhibitions.




lSt Nicholas' Church, Burton-in-Wirral (website: www.burtonchurch.org.uk) and St Michael's Church, Shotwick, Wirral (www.shotwick.org.uk). This is a united parish with one vicar for two congregations. Both churches are featured in the third DVD in the trilogy and both are worth visiting.  

   DVDs stocked: ''Further Cheshire Curiosities''.


lSt Wilfrid's Church, Grappenhall - Church Lane, Grappenhall, Warrington, WA4 3EJ. The church  is featured in "Further Cheshire Curiosities" (as is the neighbouring Ram's Head Inn).

   DVDs stocked: "Further Cheshire Curiosities"

  Website: www.stwilfridschurch.org.uk


lAll Saints' Church, Daresbury. Daresbury Lane,

WA4 4AE. A famous son of Daresbury is the author Lewis Carroll.

   DVDs stocked: ''Further Cheshire Curiosities''; ''South Cheshire Curiosities'' and ''More Cheshire Curiosities.'' (Special price for buying all three as a single purchase).

   Website: www.daresburycofe,org.uk

The home of the Lewis Carroll Exhibition Centre.


lSt Mary's Church, Nether Alderley, is featured in "More Cheshire Curiosities".  Open every Sunday afternoon, 2pm to 4.30pm. Nether Alderley Mill, also featured, is open three half-days a week, March to October. The DVD can be bought after the usual services at St Mary's Church, or to request a DVD by post (post and packing charges will apply) e-mail info@stmarysalderley.com.

   The church has a new website dedicated solely to St. Mary’s heritage. Visit www.stmarysalderley.com for a full history of the church and its furnishings, details of visits and tours and various ‘shop’ items and www.alderleychurch.co.uk for the day-to-day running of the church.

   A hidden gem


lSt Peter's Church, Hargrave, near Chester, one of the locations featured in "Curious South Cheshire", has a stock of the DVD. Well worth a visit if you are in that part of the county.

   DVDs stocked: "Curious South Cheshire".

  Village website (Hargrave and Huxley): www.hargraveandhuxley.org.uk.