A nostalgia exhibition has brought memories of old schooldays in the city flooding back.
The Best Days of Our Lives exhibition at Chester Histo ry and Heritage Centre, on St Michael’s Church, Bridge Street, reveals old memories of school years gone by, through photographs and commentary from past pupils.
The display, which ends on Thursday next week, has been a success with generations of former pupils visiting the former church.
Curator Elaine Pierce-Jones explained: “A lot of people who have been in have seen themselves, or past friends, in the photographs that we have here.
“We’ve had great feedback. People like it, and say that they really enjoyed it.
“This exhibition is something I call a living memory, meaning something the public can relate to. We can all look at the display and see ourselves, or teachers and friends.
“Its not a dry exhibition. The vision was to connect to it.
“The CHH relies on the support from the public when it comes to exhibitions like The Best Days of Our Lives.
“We can’t really do this without people bringing in their own photographs for us to use.”
Visitor Isabel Anderson said: “It was nice to see the display of old pictures and read the comments of old memories below them. I really enjoyed it.”