Grosvenor Museum

A Chester firm has become the first member of the West Cheshire Museums Adopt an Object Scheme.

Launched in April the initiative encourages businesses to adopt an object to support work and collections in all four museums.

Sykes Holiday Cottages have adopted a life size model of a Roman Soldier at Chester’s Grosvenor Museum.

Brittany Lange and Chloe Jones from Sykes Holiday Cottages recently visited the museum to see the model and meet Kate Harland, museums and heritage manager and Elizabeth Montgomery, senior curator for West Cheshire Museums.

Read more at: Chester Standard

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