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Stroud Arts Festival

An event in June in Gloucestershire
Various locations
Stroud
Gloucestershire
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The annual Site Festival and Open Studios event that takes place every June is a celebration of the diversity of the visual arts in the Stroud district.

From the garden shed to the converted mill, artists open their doors to the public. Walks and mini bus tours take you around the Valleys to the individual studios.

Contact the council on 0871 716 2676

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