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Diverse range of work on show from craftsmen

Where: Chipping Campden Town Hall, GL55 6AT

When: Saturday, August 17, to Monday, August 26

The Gloucestershire Guild of Craftsmen returns to lovely Chipping Campden Town Hall for its late-summer exhibition this month.

There is a diverse selection of work on show from new and old members.

Among those exhibiting are calligraphy from Andrew Moore, ceramics by Alistair Young, furniture by Graham Ikin and jewellery by Fionna Hesketh, Tim Blades, Sarah Pulvertaft and Harriet St Leger.

Also on show will be leatherwork by MacGregor and Michael, millinery by Louise Pocock and printmaking by Christopher Noble.

A range of textile artists will include Jenny Bicat, Jan Knibbs, Rhian Wyman, Sue Bradley, Sarah Beadsmoore, Alison Dupernext, Kathryn Clarke and Helen Foot.

The exhibition is open daily from 10am - 6pm but closes on Monday, August 26, at 4pm.

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