BOOK HOTELS

Join in

Send page to a friend

2239 views since 8th March 2011

Featured Destination

September 2017: Ashdown Forest

The return to school in September focuses the minds of two groups of travellers: in the first week parents looking for a last bite of ...More
More Uk destinations

Events in Gloucestershire

Severn Vale Art Trail

An event in May in Gloucestershire
Various locations in South Gloucestershire
Gloucestershire
| Update this listing
Event timing: Late April - Ealy May
Visit website

write a review | more events | add an event

for Severn Vale Art Trail as your favourite British event.

During the Art Trail period the public are invited to visit the artists in their own studios, or exhibition space, to talk about and appreciate the works on display. Pieces are for sale.

For more info contact the council on 0871 716 1866 Calls cost no more than 10p a minute

If you have been to this event in the past please review it for us here

More Events in Gloucestershire in September

Cycle Challenge in aid of The Stroke Association

The Art of Flowers, Painswick

Discover Creative Campden, Chipping Campden

Annual Charity Golf Day, Brickhampton Court Golf Club, Gloucester

Painswick Church Clipping, St Mary's Church, Painswick

Stroud Fringe Festival, Various locations, Stroud

Big Batsford Bat Walk, Batsford Arboretum, Moreton In Marsh

Heritage Open Days, Various locations

Moreton Agricultural Show, Moreton Showground, Moreton-in-Marsh

Classic Car & Antique Show, Berkeley Castle, Berkeley

Sue Ryder Annual Autumn Fayre, Leckhampton Court Hospice, Cheltenham

September at Batsford, Batsford Arboretum, Moreton In Marsh

Newent Onion Fayre, Newent

Cerney House Autumn Fair, Cerney House, North Cerney

Music in the Church, Aust Church, Aust

Brit Quote:
Any relic of the dead is precious, if they were valued living. - Emily Bronte
More Quotes

On this day:
Edward II killed at Berkeley Castle - 1327, Battle of Prestonpans - 1745, Tolkien Publishes The Hobbit - 1937, First Old Grey Whistle Test - 1971
More dates from British history

click here to view all the British counties

County Pages