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Visit us to discover more about Quarry Bank's part in the Industrial Revolution and also see the unique gardens. Enjoy a walk around the Styal estate
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QuarryBankNT Nov 29
Replying to @MAComRels @manairport
Thank you so much for your great work today!
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QuarryBankNT Oct 27
Time was money in the mill at Quarry Bank. As the clocks go back this weekend, we took some time to look at the historic clocks & watches in Quarry Bank’s collection, like this clocking in & out clock, used in the mill right up into the 20th century.
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UoM Medical Museum Sep 30
A number of objects going out to this morning to feature in exhibition in collaboration with including amazing Leech jar and ceramic inhaler
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QuarryBankNT Oct 1
It's ! Every time you buy a cup of coffee from our café, you're supporting our conservation work here at Quarry Bank and helping to look after this special place - thank you!
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QuarryBankNT Sep 27
Last chance to see! Did you know that we also look after Nether Alderley Mill? Discover the stories of this medieval corn mill in the heart of Nether Alderley village before it closes for winter on 6 October. Plan your visit here:
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QuarryBankNT Sep 27
Mountains, valleys, rivers, lakes – become the master of your own topographic creations with the Riverlands Virtual Reality Sandbox. This Saturday, learn how you can create healthy rivers and catchments, rich in wildlife, enjoyed and cared for by all.
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QuarryBankNT Sep 26
A sure sign that autumn's on the way. No.10 on our list of '50 things to do before you're 11 3/4' - who's ready for a game of ?!
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QuarryBankNT Sep 26
Looking for a unique & interesting role set in a beautiful location? We're looking for a technical demonstrator, to demonstrate Quarry Bank's historic textile machinery to the public & maintain our machines with pride & passion. Apply at:
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QuarryBankNT Sep 18
The Comma butterfly is fairly common and doing well at Quarry Bank, it is so called because the closed wing shows a white comma like mark. Find out more about Quarry Bank's wildlife here;
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QuarryBankNT Aug 16
200 years after the Peterloo Massacre, discover two new films inspired by conversations about rights, responsibilities, freedoms & the power to create change, as Quarry Bank & explore their connections to Peterloo:
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QuarryBankNT Aug 16
Quarry Bank mill owner Robert Hyde Greg, witnessed the atrocities at the Peterloo Massacre, and later testified against the response of the establishment. Find out more:
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QuarryBankNT Aug 16
200 years ago, thousands of working people gathered in St.Peters Fields to demand their right to a voice & were cut down by a cavalry charge. Discover Quarry Bank’s connections to the events in a timely exhibition & new film:
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Peterloo2019 Aug 16
18 killed. Hundreds injured. Manchester changed forever. 200 years ago 60,000 people gathered in Manchester to peacefully demand the vote. 18 people were killed & hundreds injured. The massacre became known as Peterloo.
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QuarryBankNT Aug 10
Replying to @matkins
Hi Matt, thanks for your message. Following the recent flooding Quarry Bank is open, however the children's play area & footpath to the hydro remain closed whilst we continue work to repair these areas. Please keep an eye on our website for updates. We hope to welcome you soon!
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QuarryBankNT Aug 9
With showers forecast, it’s the perfect time to curl up with a good book this . Find your next summer read in the preloved bookshop or browse from our newest titles in the mill shop & remember, every penny goes straight back into looking after Quarry Bank. Thank you
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QuarryBankNT Aug 8
Well done to everyone who took part in the Quarry Bank Trail Race last night and thank you to for another excellent event. A donation from each entry fee will go towards helping to look after this special place forever, for everyone. Thank you.
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QuarryBankNT Aug 4
Thanks to the help of the fantastic Merseyside and Manchester National Trust Volunteers we have been able to open the woodland paths in between the mill yard and the Carrs. Please note that the children's play area and some paths remain closed. Thank you for your ongoing support.
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QuarryBankNT Aug 4
We're looking forward to seeing you today. We remain open and accessible by road from the north. Some outdoor areas including the children's play area & woodland paths are closed. Please take care on uneven footpaths & for access info please call ahead. Thank you.
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QuarryBankNT Aug 3
We are open today (Sat 3 Aug). Styal Rd remains closed at Twinnies Bridge, you can access us by road from the north. Some outdoor areas inc the kid's play area & woodland paths to the Carrs are closed. Take care on uneven footpaths & for access info please call ahead. Thank you.
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QuarryBankNT Aug 1
After recent flooding, we re-open from tomorrow (Fri 2 Aug). Some woodland paths & the kids play area remain closed. All other areas are open. Please take care on uneven paths & if you have access needs please call for more info. Thank you for your support!
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