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New exhibition on display at Cheadle Discovery and Visitor Centre

By Cheadle Post and Times  |  Posted: February 17, 2014

By Belinda Hargreaves

  • Kirsten Hermolle, a volunteer at the Discovery Centre with a carving a a saint's head from a European Church.

  • Kirsten Hermolle, a volunteer at the Discovery Centre with a carving a a Saint's head from a European Church, part of the collection that was at Hardman's Studios that was in a fire in the 1970's.

  • Kirsten Hermolle, a volunteer at the Discovery Centre with a carving a a Saint's head from a European Church, part of the collection that was at Hardman's Studios that was in a fire in the 1970's.

  • Kirsten Hermolle, a volunteer at the Discovery Centre with a carving a a Saint's head from a European Church, part of the collection that was at Hardman's Studios that was in a fire in the 1970's.

  • Kirsten Hermolle, a volunteer at the Discovery Centre with a carving a a Saint's head from a European Church, part of the collection that was at Hardman's Studios that was in a fire in the 1970's.

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A VISITOR centre has a new exhibition on display.

Cheadle Discovery and Visitor Centre, in Lulworth House, High Street, is showing motorised transport and American Gothic Revival. The Motorised Transport in the Cheadle Area Exhibition is the other half of a similar transport display which was at the centre last year.

This time the focus of the exhibition is on methods of transport other than the railway. The American Gothic: Pugin and the Gothic Revival in America exhibition focuses on the influence that AWN Pugin had on the Gothic revival in America.

From July, the visitor centre will be commemorating the Centenary of the Great War with a permanent display. This shall be created in association with the Cheadle and District Historical Society and the Cheadle branch of the Royal British Legion.

The Cheadle Discovery and Visitor Centre, is open on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays between 10am and 4pm, go online to www.discovercheadle.co.uk.

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