Then and Now roving exhibition

Northwich, a town that became famous for its salt and subsidence, has changed dramatically over the last 150 years.

Many of these changes have been documented through photographs in the collections held at Weaver Hall Museum and Cheshire Archives.

As part of the Townscape Heritage Project we commissioned local fine art photographer Derek Randall to go out early one morning and capture some up-to-date images of the town’s unique urban architecture.

This exhibition tells the story of a changing town from the late 1800s to the present day.