The history of Nantwich

A guide to Nantwich  

Introduction

Nantwich is rich in history.  A Roman road passes North of Nantwich through Reaseheath. Nantwich is mentioned in the Domesday book in 1086.  The 12th  century Nantwich castle no longer exists, but the cathedral of South Cheshire St Marys church, which was started in the 14th century is still here. In 1583 the great fire of Nantwich caused a substantial rebuilding of the town.

Useful Links

Click here for information about Acton Church

Click here for information about Churches Mansion

Click here for information about Listed Buildings in Nantwich

Click here for NantwichWeb's history of Nantwich .

Click here for information about The history of Reaseheath College

Click here for information about a tragic accident at Worleston The Terrible Leap

Click here for information about Worleston Dairy Institute

Click here for information about the Roman Road at Reaseheath