Bridgnorth to open up

This summer, art fans can wander the streets of Bridgnorth, looking into homes and shops and discovering fascinating exhibitions of art, sculpture, glass, textiles and jewellery. Over the course of the weekend of 9 and 10 June, the Bridgnorth Open House Arts Trail will open the door to an array of secret creative spaces where people can view and buy arts and crafts.

Co-organiser Vicky Commander says, “We’re looking for further exhibition spaces in town and on the outskirts of Bridgnorth. So far, locations include hallways, living rooms, outhouses, gardens, yards and conservatories and shop windows. If you’d enjoy hosting a small exhibition in part of your home or business or would like to find out more, please get in touch.”

To find out more, call 01746 766761 or 01746 769379, or email witsend1948@gmail.com or viccommander@hotmail.com.

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