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Pieces of original art will be looking for new homes next month

Over 40 artists are planning to sell their work during a three-day floral, arts and crafts exhibition in Bunbury to help raise money towards the upkeep of the village’s stunning, 702-year-old church.

Artists and craftspersons are being offered the chance to exhibit – and sell – their works at a three-day arts and crafts festival in Bunbury this summer.

The event, dubbed Inspire22, will be held at St Boniface Church, which organisers hope will be awash with beautiful flower displays, paintings, ceramics, jewellery, textiles, embroidery, metalwork and woodwork when it opens to the public on Friday July 15.

“Any specialism is welcome,” Elaine Crotty, one of the organisers.

There will also be a café, craft demonstrations and an exhibition of photographs taken by keen amateurs in Bunbury.

Anyone interested in exhibiting and selling their works of art during the festival is asked to contact www.stbonifacebunbury.org    INSPIRE22



...or call:

07860 128427

The closing date for submissions is June 14th.

All proceeds from the event will help to restore and maintain Bunbury’s historic church, which featured in the ITV wartime drama Home Fires, starring Samantha Bond and Francesca Annis.


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