Members of West Cheshire & North Wales Chamber of Commerce visited Cheshire Military Museum in Castle Square, Chester earlier this month for a tour of the museum and to discuss the work carried out by the museum and its links to the community.

Breakfast was sponsored by Chester consultancy Marketing PRojects giving the opportunity for Chamber members to catch up with fellow members and make new contacts, before hearing a talk from a museum representation about the history of the Museum and its exhibits.

Guests were then split into small groups and taken on a tour of the Museum’s impressive exhibits and displays telling the story of Cheshire Soldiers from the 17th Century to the present day. Business leaders immersed themselves in the museum’s history and experiences through film archives, interactive displays, scenes and settings.

The museum also hosts school visits and businesses across the region for special events and educational curriculum purposes. Mike Huntriss, vice chair of the Friends of Cheshire Military Museum spoke about the museum’s future challenges and plans and thanked West Cheshire & North Wales Chamber of Commerce, visitors and museum volunteers.

The event was fully booked and as a result will be part of the Chamber’s calendar of events next year.