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Worcestershire Arts Trail 2011 – Call for Entries

Well, the dust is settling after Christmas and I’m starting to plan things for 2011. One of the most exciting projects that I’m involved in is setting up an Arts Trail for Worcestershire. These events happen so much all over the country, though Worcestershire, with it’s wide variety of Artists and Crafts people, is a little quiet on this front.

So I’m out to remedy that, with a whole bunch of like minded people from the Worcestershire Guild of Designer Craftsmen and, to be honest, anyone else we can rope in!

My next big job is to get the poster out there to get artists involved – and here it is:

Should you be a local and fancy printing one of these out I would be eternally grateful – the more of the county we can cover the better! If not, then visit the site, ad yourself to the mailing list and we’ll let you know when you can come and visit all our fantastic makers in their workshops!

And if you fancy getting involved that would be lovely too!

Download an Application Form here:

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