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Open-Up is a brand new series of outdoor artworks commissioned by Hestercombe Contemporary Art Gallery in response to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Opening Hours - Monday to Saturday, 10.30 am until 4.00 pmMuseum & DVD admission charge - £4.00 per adult, £2.00 per childWillow Sculpture Trail - bring the children to enjoy finding all the sculptures in our woodland trail - £2.50 per child to include a prize at the end! No need to book.
Secret Gardens of Somerset author Abigail Willis will be talking at one of the horticultural hotspots she features in her new book - the Yeo Valley Organic Garden in Blagdon, on Friday, September 25
"Wood & Paint" - a fabulous new exhibition at Crewkerne Heritage Centre. Exquisite woodwork by Rod Page and beautiful pictures by Jackie Setter. Both skilled at their craft and showing us objects to make us smile and wonder at how they are created. Visit us soon!
Welcome to the Anthropologie Warehouse Sale at Kilver Court Designer Village in Shepton Mallet, Somerset.
This masterclass is designed to help you make good decisions when shopping for clothes or weaning your wardrobe, with a “less is more” approach to help you feel better about who you are.
The Arborealists are a group of professional artists, from across southern England, who share the rich and versatile subject of the tree. Over the past two years they have been visiting ancient woodland sites on Exmoor and Dartmoor to produce works in response to the landscape. More than 50 artworks will be on display.
Saturday 26th September 2020When: 10am Where: Abbey MuseumIf you are interested in learning more about traditional book binding techniques, this beginner’s course for adults with little or no experience, is for you.
The final event in our Summer Outdoor Theatre Season is a performance of Shakespeare’s most famous love story, “Romeo and Juliet” on Tuesday 15th September.
Stuck for something to do on a rainy day?Ditch the brolly, we're completely undercover!With four large halls filled with the best bits of British naval aviation history, including full sized aircraft, there's plenty of places to explore.