This display highlights some of the finds made by volunteers working with the Merseyside Archaeological Society and Museum of Liverpool Archaeology Department on the Rainford’s Roots project.
The project has revealed much new evidence about the development of the pottery and clay tobacco pipe industries in the village. The finds on show include:
a 16th century imitation German stoneware Seigburg jug
many misfired 16th century cups thrown away by the potter
hundreds of fragments of clay pipe including some bearing decoration and stamps.