New ‘Heritage Hub’ Celebrates Prescot’s Past
Prescot Heritage Hub is inviting people to experience Elizabethan Prescot in its new town centre premises.
The hub, formerly located at Space to Create, now has its own building at 53 Eccleston Street, which it shares with the Prescot Historic Society and the Townscape Heritage Initiative.
This Saturday, 28 June, it opens its doors to the public from 10am to 4pm.
The open day programme includes demonstrations of Elizabethan crafts, clothes-dyeing techniques and yarn-spinning, and the Prescot Historic Society will be on hand to chat about its extensive archives and show off its future plans.
A THI exhibition will use 3D visualisations to showcase the historic restoration and repairs currently taking place in buildings throughout the Prescot conservation area.
Historian and former Prescot Museum curator Rosemary Tyler also promises visitors a chance to sneak a peek at the hub’s Elizabethan ‘secret garden.’
Everyone is welcome to Saturday’s open day, and any enquiries can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photos: Prescot Heritage Hub”s new home
at 53 Eccleston Street; Elizabethan Prescot expert
Rosemary Tyler demonstratesher wool-spinning
techniques outside the Heritage Hub’s former
premises at Space to Create