The Bull Ring in NorthwichLooking up the High Street in NorthwichLooking up Witton Street in NorthwichApproaching Weaver Square from Witton Street in NorthwichLooking down Witton Street in NorthwichNorthwich Library on Witton Street

The Bull Ring in Northwich

Looking up the High Street in Northwich

Looking up Witton Street in Northwich

Approaching Weaver Square from Witton Street in Northwich

Looking down Witton Street in Northwich

Northwich Library on Witton Street

DAN Heritage Tour: York
Saturday 25th June 2016
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Pick up Points & Times

Coach leaves Winsford @ 8.30am through to Northwich Memorial Court @ 9.00am
Full list of pickup points and times here - schedule (c).
£22 (entry fees extra)

York is a walled city that was founded by the ancient Romans. Its huge 13th-century Gothic cathedral, York Minster, has medieval stained glass and 2 functioning bell towers. The City Walls form a walkway on both sides of the River Ouse. The Monk Bar gate houses an exhibition tracing the life of 15th-century Plantagenet King Richard III.

There are many places to visit including York Minster, Treasurer's House (NT), National Railway Museum (Free) and the Shambles Shopping area.

York Art Gallery reopened in Summer 2015 following major redevelopment, and is a finalist in the Art Fund Museum of the Year 2016. The current exhibition is Truth and Memory: British Art of the First World War, the largest exhibition of First World War art for nearly 100 years. York Art Gallery is the only venue outside London to display this collection of more than 60 artworks produced during the war and in its immediate aftermath. Many are by artists who themselves served on the front line and have helped to define how we understand the conflict. Working either privately or as official war artists, they wanted to give a true sense of the horror, human sacrifice and tragic consequences of ‘total war’. They reflected this in their fragmented depictions of soldiers, trenches, artillery, and in images of a torn and violated landscape. Modern artistic movements stressed the mechanised nature of the war and the new destruction this brought.

Location:

Coach leaves Northwich Memorial Court
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