In addition to the core team, the 'Discover Medieval Chester' project has been made possible by the help and support of many groups and indviduals, whom we wish to thank.

These include:

  • Jane Laughton, for her enormous knowledge of medieval Chester, her generous help and for sharing her wonderful archival research with us
  • Liz Royles, Collections and Interpretation Officer, Cheshire West Museums
  • The staff and volunteers of the Grosvenor Museum, Chester
  • Julie Edwards, Senior Archaeologist, Cheshire West and Chester Council
  • Laura Pooley, Keeper of Archaeology, Cheshire West Museums
  • Cheshire West and Chester Council
  • Chester Renaissance
  • Emma Puente and Michael Takeo Magruder, for making the audio recordings possible
  • Carmel Clapson, Arts Developent Officer (Public Art), Cheshire West and Chester Council
  • Carolyn Murray, Art Project Manager
  • Geraint Evans, Swansea University, for contributing to the audio recordings (including reading material in the original medieval Welsh)
  • Professor Helen Fulton, University of York for advice on questions relating to medieval Wales and the Welsh language
  • All those who attended our workshops which developed the St John's artwork
  • Fr. David Chesters, OBE and the congregation of St John's Church
  • Newton Primary School
  • The W.E.A. 'Write Stuff' Creative Writers group, Hoole
  • Aled Evans, for the wonderful new Welsh poetry inspired by the medieval sources
  • Harriett Webster, University of Southampton, for her assistance organising the 'Knowledge Exchange' conference
  • The University of Southampton student volunteer helpers at the 'Knowledge Exchange' conference
  • All those involved in the production of the project videos (see credits on the 'Videos' pages)

Voices on audio recordings:

  • Catherine Clarke
  • Geraint Evans
  • Sue Hughes
  • Keith Lilley
  • Paul Vetch