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Wylye Valley Art Trail

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The Wylye Valley Art Trail winds its way through Hindon, Tisbury, Mere, Warminster, Westbury and villages in between during 9 days of early summer!
Visit exhibitions in studios, workshops, front rooms, back rooms, farms, restaurants, cafes, mills, village halls, town halls, churches, pubs, arts centres, galleries, back gardens, walled gardens and garden centres!
More than 250 artists in over 80 venues, all within a 12- mile radius from the centre of the Wylye Valley, South Wiltshire.
And you don't have to go far between events!
Free entry to all venues.
Telephone: 07730 400784
Contact name: Nick Andrew
email: info@wvat.co.uk

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