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Torbay Guild of Artists Annual Exhibition

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Furrough Cross Church Hall
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Torbay Guild of Artists Annual Exhibition of members' recent paintings and cards. All for sale.

Furrough Cross Church Hall
Babbacombe Road

Open daily 10am to 5pm
Sundays 1pm to 5pm
Entry free
Parking available
Bus route 32 close by

Telephone: 01803873880
Contact name: David Poole

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