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The Queen's Aid House is a timber-framed, black-and-white Elizabethan merchant's house in Nantwich, Cheshire, England. Built shortly after the fire of 1583 by Thomas Cleese, a local craftsman, it has three storeys with attics, & features ornamental panelling, overhangs or jetties at each storey, & a 19th-century oriel window. The building is best known for its contemporary inscription commemorating Elizabeth I's aid in rebuilding the town, which gives the building its name.


The thrill of re-enactment - Nantwich’s Holly Holy Day.

mancunian wave: Skywatch Friday: Nantwich in blue - lovely little town centre in Cheshire...


Cheshire Cat, Nantwich. many happy times stopping off here on the way back from "away days" in sport


The Walks this afternoon. King's Lynn Town FC. #kltfc #Sunset cheers to Nantwich Town fan for the picture.

Nantwich, UK. Just a few of the flowers displayed as part of the England's Britain in Bloom Competition which gives awards to towns, cities, and businesses each year. This photo is the beautiful square - opposite 'The Crown' public house and inn. Beyond the flowers to the right is a designer wear fashion store - and there is also another smaller store behind us, as well as a very smart gent's tailor and outfitters store.

Green Man and Beast on roof bosses in St. Mary’s Church, Nantwich, Cheshire, England (photos Rex Harris)


The Coasters slipped to a first defeat in five matches as Nantwich Town denied them the chance to close the gap on league-leaders Skelmersda...

On our recent visit back to our home town of Nantwich in Cheshire we went to visit our local city of Chester and we got our day out on film :) enjoy x