Heritage Open Day 2018
Sunday 16th September 2018
To mark the centenary of WW1 tour the School's historic buildings and learn about how WW1 affected the School and its community. Plus explore the lives of the women close to the School’s heritage.
100 years after the end of WW1 we invite you to reflect on the impact that this war had on the lives of those working and living at Cheadle Hulme School, formerly The Warehousemen and Clerks' Orphan Schools. Our students will take you on a tour of the School's buildings and share stories that will bring history to life.
As part of your day, to mark 100 years since some women were granted the vote, enjoy displays and talks exploring the lives of women who played a significant role in the history of our School.
Finish your visit by indulging in tea and cake in the School's original Dining Hall and viewing materials from its extensive archive.
How to book
Please book your free place on one of the two available slots: 10.00am or 1.00pm. Use the form below or phone the External Relations team on 0161 488 3341, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Visitors must be part of a tour group. When booking please specify whether you wish to join the morning or afternoon session. On the day please ensure you arrive no later than 15 minutes after the start of your session time.
There are 2 main car parks at the School - one on School Lane and one on Claremont Road.On arrival please make your way to the Main Reception at the front of the Main Building. This is most easily accessible via the Claremont Road car park.