Creating Spaces 2021


This week I had the most wonderfully inspiring trip to Abbey House Gardens, with daughter Jess and Layla the dog, to see this years sculpture exhibition by the Cotswold Sculptors Association. Just to get out in the sunshine and wander around the beautiful backdrop of the gardens for a few hours, was good for my soul. The hellebores, daffodils and forsythia were in full bloom and the tulips (the gardens are famous for their tulip displays) are about to burst. The collection of over 100 sculptures was, once again, a fantastic addition to the gardens, adding another layer of interest. I am so proud to be part of such a talented group of sculptors. Hopefully, if you are local, you may get to visit in person before the end of May..... If not, Jess took lots of photos and videos and we edited some of them together into this piece for you to enjoy! Remember, from Monday, you can meet up outside in a group of 6, so ideal for getting together with friends and family. Indoor and Outdoor exhibitions open Sunday 21st March until 31st May – daily 11am – 5.30pm Admission charges apply. See http://www.abbeyhousegardens.co.uk


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 Swindon, Wiltshire 

(Please come via Thamesdown Drive A4198- Torun Way- Guernsey Lane-

Look for the Guernsey Farmhouse sign at the far end)

DO NOT approach via Torun Way South, as there is a bus lane with cameras.

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