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List of Venues

Berkeley Town Hall is in the centre of Berkeley on the edge of Market Place. Two artists are exhibiting in the downstairs room with ample free parking nearby.  There are 2 further venues in Berkeley just a short distance away.  The Town Hall is an accessible venue.

Group Venue

Berkeley Town Hall

Salter Street, Berkeley, GL13 9DB

St Mary's Church is a beautiful historic Church just around the corner from Edward Jenner's House and Museum. There is ample free parking in the centre of Berkeley. St Mary's Church is an accessible venue.

Group Venue

St Mary's Church

Church Lane, Berkeley, GL13 9BN

Just a short walk from the Town Hall towards the Power Station Mel is exhibiting in her own home.  There is on street parking near Mel's house or free parking in the two car parks on Marybrook Street.

Artist's Studio/Home

Mel Chivers

27 Salter Street, Berkeley, GL13 9BS

The studio at the Wild Acres site is based in a natural space with uneven ground to the rear of Breadstone Business Centre. (What3Words:  To find us heading south from Cam and Dursley on the A38 turn right after the Prince of Wales Hotel signposted Breadstone and Purton.  After three quarters of a mile turn right at a sharp bend.  Go up the lane and turn right opposite the first property you pass.  At the top of the track immediately left down another track.  You will see the polytunnel and our wind generator as you approach.  From Berkeley head to Wanswell and turn right opposite the Salmon pub towards the A38.  After half a mile at the sharp bend follow the directions above.

Shared Venue

Wild Acres Community Project

Rear of Breadstone Business Centre, GL13 9HF

Limited off road parking and small steps down to the studio.

Artist's Studio/Home

Yvette Zoffani

Rose Cottage, Taits Hill Road, Stinchcombe, Dursley, GL11 6PR

Enjoy browsing Christine's sketchbooks with free refreshments available.

Artist's Studio/Home

Christine Dack

45 Stonelea, Cam, Dursley, GL11 6LG

Ample parking available.

Artist's Studio/Home

Claire Failes

1 Weavers Cottage, Millend, North Nibley, Dursley, GL11 6ED

Ample parking available.

Artist's Studio/Home

Liz Armstrong

6 The Sidings, Charfield, Wotton-Under-Edge, GL12 8UF

St James’ Church is a pretty, light-filled medieval church of mellow Cotswold stone that stands on a steep hillside, overlooking a valley towards the Cotswold escarpment. It is down a narrow lane with limited parking. Access is through the downward sloping grass churchyard through a double gate with level entrance to the north porch.

Group Venue

St James' Church, Charfield

Churchend Lane, Charfield, GL12 8LJ

Heading towards Wickwar along  the Downs, turn left onto Church Lane (50 yds before the 30 mph sign), this gravel drive leads to a large flat car park just 20 yards from the church building. Alternatively you can walk directly from the village of Wickwar from Station Road. There is a flat entrance into the church and easy access to the tea rooms and two toilets in a building next to the car park.The church is beautiful and light. Rev. David Russell has led worship there for many years. We hope to provide an exhibition of children's art work from Alexander Hosea Primary school and three stunning artists!

Group Venue

Holy Trinity Church, Wickwar

Church Lane, Wickwar, GL12 8NB

Tea and light refreshments available.

Shared Venue

Hosted by Mike Hardwick

Oakdene, New Road, Rangeworthy, BS37 7QF

Parking is available outside Tytherington Village Hall with more parking nearby at the Village Shop.  The village Hall is an accessible venue.

Group Venue

Tytherington Village Hall

Itchington Road, Tytherington, GL12 8QP

We are located 550m from the cross roads with Church Road and the B4427 towards Hambrook, look out for the SVAT signs.  Plenty of parking.  Refreshments and toilet available.

Shared Venue

Hosted by George King

The Elms, Earthcott Green, Alveston, BS35 3TD

Access is through a double gateway, go along the side of the house to a small gravel area where there is limited parking  for 2 to 3 cars.

Artist's Studio/Home

Hosted by Adrian Holmes

The Barn, Aust Road, Olveston, BS35 4DE

Oldbury on Severn's Memorial Hall is a light and airy venue built after the First World War as a memorial to local men.  Limited on road parking, with steps to the front of the Hall. 
PLEASE NOTE: There is building work being undertaken at the Hall.  We are open as usual but access is through a side door and not suitable for wheelchair users.  Sorry for the inconvenience, but please still come and see us!

Group Venue

Memorial Hall, Oldbury

Camp Road, Oldbury, BS35 1PT

From Thornbury…Take Butt Lane and head towards the power station, at the cross roads turn right on to The Naite. Turn next left in to Shepperdine Road and head towards the riverbank. We are about a mile along the road around the z bend. Look out for the Art Trail flag on your right then turn next immediate right. 

From Berkeley… Head towards Oldbury on Severn, once you have driven through Hill and avoid taking the road through Nupdown, instead turn left on to Hills Lane take your next right in to Shepperdine Road and follow the instructions above.
Please note there are 3 small steps down to the studio.

Artist's Studio/Home

Lorna Page

Elizabeth House, Shepperdine, Near Thornbury, BS35 1RL

From Butt Lane take the 4th left into Barley Fields (new estate). You will see the side of The Barn through the new houses. Go straight on into Harvest Way, round to the right and turn left over the cattle grid in front of the play area. The Barn is in front of you. There are 3 parking spaces before the black gates for visitor use and further road parking around the estate before the cattle grid. Once parked please head through the black gates, the exhibition will be in front of you over the gravel drive.

Tea and Coffee available.

Shared Venue

Hosted by Katie Hall

The Barn at Park Farm, Butt Lane, Thornbury, BS35 1RA

From Castle Street  in Thornbury, go down hill, passing St. Mary's Church on the left.  Take the next right onto Church Road, then first right onto Clare Walk. Take the first right onto Orchard Grange.  Number 8 is on the left. 

Access is via a level driveway with 1 step up into venue.

Artist's Studio/Home

Karen Byrne

8 Orchard Grange, Thornbury, BS35 1EW

The Chantry has free parking and disabled parking.  Toilets and baby changing station available for visitors.

Group Venue

The Chantry Community & Arts Centre

52 Castle Street, Thornbury, BS35 1HA

Porch House is situated in Castle Street, a couple of hundred metres from the town pump. The entrance is directly from Castle Street through the main door. Car parking can be found at the rear of the building. Accessible toilets.

Group Venue

Christ the King, Porch House & Hall

11 Castle Street, Thornbury, BS35 1HA

Artist's Studio/Home

Dee's Cakes

Dee's Cake Shop, St Mary Shopping Centre, Thornbury, BS35 2AB

Accessible venue.

Shared Venue

Hosted by Lindsey Benson

The Old Coach House, The Close, Thornbury, BS35 2AL

Shared Venue

Hosted by Pauline Darley

50 High Street, Thornbury, BS35 2AN

There are some low steps to access the venue.  Please note that you may be greeted by a friendly labrador!

Artist's Studio/Home

Christopher Bloor

71 High Street, Thornbury, BS35 2AW

Thornbury and District Museum is on Chapel Street, next to The Wheatsheaf Pub.

Group Venue

Thornbury & District Museum

4 Chapel Street, Thornbury, BS35 2BJ

From leaving Thornbury go up Alveston Hill.  The Flying Pig Pottery is the first house on the left after the Leisure Centre, or in the opposite direction from Alveston look for the last house on the right before the Leisure Centre.  There is ample parking down the drive.

Artist's Studio/Home

Derek North

Flying Pig Pottery, Inglenook Cottage, Thornbury Road, Thornbury, BS35 3JB

CLaSH Art Space is situated in the rooms above Thornbury Motors.  To access the venue go through the door on the left under the archway and up the steps to the first floor.

Shared Venue

CLaSH Art Space

Above Thornbury Motors, Grovesend Road, Thornbury, BS35 2EF

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