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North Norfolk artists to exhibit work at church bank holiday art sale

PUBLISHED: 11:47 26 July 2018 | UPDATED: 11:47 26 July 2018

A penny farthing garden ornamnet designed by Nick Woolston. Photo: supplied by Rosalie Osbourne Gibb

A penny farthing garden ornamnet designed by Nick Woolston. Photo: supplied by Rosalie Osbourne Gibb

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A north Norfolk church will host an exhibition and sale of artwork over the August bank holiday weekend.

A kingfisher painted by Rosalie Osbourne Gibb. Photo: supplied by Rosalie Osbourne GibbA kingfisher painted by Rosalie Osbourne Gibb. Photo: supplied by Rosalie Osbourne Gibb

St Margaret’s Church, in Thorpe Market, will open its doors to the public from Friday, August 24 to Monday, August 27th, to offer a range of works from local artists and craftspeople.

The exhibition will open from 11am to 4pm each day, and include north Norfolk artist Rosalie Osbourne Gibb and Nick Woolston from Arcs & Sparks Welding Services.

As well as original works, the exhibition includes prints, greetings cards, mugs and coasters, and handmade products for the home and garden, from small candlesticks to garden ornaments, for sale.

There is also a bespoke design service on offer and a wide selection of used books for sale, as well as teas, coffees and homemade cakes.

Lightning over Norwich. Picture: Dan HollyLightning over Norwich. Picture: Dan Holly

Entry to the exhibition is free, and the church has ample free parking, across the street, disabled access and is dog friendly.


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