Chew Valley Arts Trail 2013
The Chew Valley Arts Trail is an annual, privately run, weekend event, funded solely by the participants.
For the past ten years it has been a showcase for the creative abilities of people who live or work parts of the beautiful rural areas of Bath and North East Somerset, North Somerset and sometimes into Mendips.
The trail is set between the A38 and A37 main roads, not far from Bristol Airport and just a few miles south of Bristol.
It encompasses the famous visitor areas of Chew Valley and Blagdon fishing lakes, Barrow Tank Reservoirs and Stanton Drew Stones, it is also near to the World Heritage City of Bath, Cheddar and its Caves and the City of Wells.
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This year it runs on October 5 and 6, opening from 10am to 6pm daily.
There will be 26 open dtudios with almost 100 exhibitors.
Visitors are able to talk about techniques and ideas as well as buy some of the work on view, which ranges from sculptures through to ceramics, photographs, paper, paintings, glass and mixed media.
Organisers hope to replicate last year's success which was aided by sunny weather.
After last year's event organiser Sandy Bell said: "Everyone seemed to enjoy the weekend and the comments in the visitors' books were good."
Pictured right is Becky Wills of Grays Green Farm near Chew Stoke with some of her fused glass, and Caroline Cunningham with her silk painting and mosiac during last year's event.
For further information visit the website at www.chewvalleyartstrail.co.uk.