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DO you have any video footage of days to remember from historic times gone by?
We're keen to expand our coverage of Cheshire's rich heritage on this blog.
If you had a cine camera and took a film of a Royal visit or a big event at your works, we'd love to hear from you.
Likewise, if you shot some film at a street party or your school sports... anything at all that would jog the memories of those who were there.
If you can help, please contact our multi-media editor James Shepherd at our Chester office on 01244 606401.
He will be able to explain how to transmit video together with an explanation of when and where it was taken.
You can also email James at email@example.com
AN ANCIENT relic of St Winefride could go out on display from its resting place in Holywell to Gwytherin, Conwy, where the venerated abbess was originally buried.
The piece of finger bone is kept in a shrine at St Winefride's Well, which pilgrims from across the world visit to pray and take to the water in the belief it can cure their ills.
Here are a selection of archaeology articles from the Cheshire Memories archives:
Here is a selection of articles from the Cheshire Memories archives on the region's castles:
INTERNET users can now surf the web for just ÃÂ£1 an hour while raising funds towards a ÃÂ£10m restoration project at a city centre church.
The historic St Peter's Church at The Cross aims to become a low cost communications centre with proceeds going to its sister church St John's, which needs repairs to its crumbling stonework and rotten roof.
DELYN AM Sandy Mewies has asked for a Flint monument to be given the treatment it deserves, writes Eleanor Barlow.
Historical monuments organisation CADW temporarily closed Flint Castle in August amid reports of anti-social behaviour and vandalism.
Since then there have been complaints by the town council about the poor promotion of the castle.
One of Chester's most ancient awards ceremonies, updated to suit the 21st century workplace, honoured talented students at a celebration event at the city's Guildhall.
The annual Freemen and Guilds Awards marks success within specific trades and professions.
Chester's Guilds can trace their history back to the 1400s, and celebrating success has always been an integral part of their role.