A NATIONAL conservation society has brought its golden jubilee exhibition to Chester.
The Victorian Society campaigns to save Victorian and Edwardian buildings and the photographic exhibition, selected by architectural historian and author Gavin Stamp, shows the best of those it has campaigned to save for the nation.
It includes work by noted Chester architect John Douglas.
Those at the opening included Sheriff of Chester Cllr Hilarie McNae, v Chester Civic Trust vice president Stephen Langtree and chairman David Evans.
The exhibition can be seen at The Queen’s School, Liverpool Road, until Saturday from 10am-4pm.