Sculpture nature trail

PUBLISHED: 11:55 14 June 2012

sculptors with their work, Jo Jones, Willa Ashworth, Debbie Smith and Caroline Cunningham.

sculptors with their work, Jo Jones, Willa Ashworth, Debbie Smith and Caroline Cunningham.


NATURE and art will be combined in a special sculpture exhibition which will take place this weekend.

The outdoor sculpture trail will include exciting and innovative designs from 25 sculptors from around the South West and take place from Friday to Sunday from 10am to 6pm.

This is the second time such a show has been held in North Somerset and visitors to the exhibition will have the unique opportunity to see sculptors exhibit their work in an inspirational setting.

The exhibition will be staged at Goblin Combe House in Plunder Street, Cleeve, which is opposite the Goblin Combe Environment Centre.

Entrance into the exhibition is £2 and for more details contact Annie Taylor on 01934 627809.

n Pictured right: Malcom Curly with some of his work.

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