A MUSEUM taking staff and pupils on a journey through the 68 year history of Frodsham College has been opened.
Exhibits include videos, photographs and artefacts from the college’s past.
Head of history at Frodsham College and museum curator Tony Young said: “It has been a fantastic opportunity to replicate the massive achievements of Frodsham pupils over the last seven decades. I hope when people the view the museum they will reflect on their time at the college with pride.”
Frodsham College began life as Frodsham Secondary School, an amalgamation of Frodsham Boys’ School and Frodsham Girls School.
In 1978 the school became known as Frodsham High School, before changing its name once more to Frodsham School, a Science and Technology College.
The museum can be viewed at open evenings on Wednesday, July 1, Thursday, July 2 for past pupils and Friday, July 3 for past staff. Tickets are available from Pam Moore on 01928 731665.