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Together with the festival headline sponsor, Charlie Bigham’s, this year’s event is set to be a jam-packed celebration of Somerset’s rich and diverse producers “We are delighted that the Wells Food Festival can take place as an in-person event again this year,” agrees Charlie. “ As a celebration of the fantastic independent producers of the South West, we're looking forward to joining as a community once again to celebrate the artisanal produce created by passionate businesses”.What’s more - it’s free, family friendly and packed full of foodie adventures so a great autumnal date for the calendar.
Bath Society of Artists’ 116th Annual Open Exhibition will open at the Victoria Art Gallery on 2 October and run until 20 November 2021.
The free, family friendly festival is returning to the medieval heart of Wells.
Now one of the country’s largest Open Studios events, Somerset Open Studios (18 September – 3 October) showcases the work of Somerset Art Works members in a range of private and pop-up workspaces across the county celebrating the source of art, making, design and craft.
Grab a wheelbarrow and explore our 12-acre Pumpkin Patch! We are open throughout October so there is plenty of time to choose your perfect pumpkin.Tickets are £2.50 each person (under 2s free) this includes entrance to the Pumpkin Patch, displays, entrance to the carving area and parking.
On Saturday 9th October Porlock in West Somerset, will be celebrating International Ada Lovelace Day with a “Cream Tea with Inspirational Women”.
An exhibition of new work by artist Angela Charles exploring notions of ‘seeing’ in art from the perspective of a visually impaired painter (with gerbil coloured hair).
This October half term at Haynes International Motor Museum, see one of the oldest cars in theMuseum’s collection brought back to life before it takes part in the London to Brighton Veteran carrun. Plus, there’s also the chance to meet model maker David Hayward, whose intricate 1:12 scalemodels were commissioned by the late John Haynes OBE.
Jason Byrne: Audience Precipitation
The tallest buildings of London have fallen. The corners of the UK have been submerged underwater and now stand as plastic wastelands.