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Pictures from the opening event for Goods Shed Sculpture Show

The Goods Shed Sculpture Show formally opened on Friday evening (14th November) with a reception among the 40 pieces on display in the characterful surroundings of the 125-year-old building.

Tetbury's Mayor Cllr Sandra Ball with Cllr Barry Giibs (left), chairman of the Dolphins Hall Committee.

Chris White of Hookshouse Pottery with Tetbury artist and singer-songwriter Nicola Clark

Sue Stoner and Josie Price

Sue Stoner of Tetbury Rail Lands Trust with Josie Price

Mary Doyle at Tetbury Goods Shed Sculpture Show opening

Mary Doyle, whose husband Barrie is the main organiser of the exhibition, with one of her own works.

View of the Tetbury Goods Shed sculpture show

The show runs until Sunday 23 November. Entry is £2 in aid of the Goods Shed refurbishment fund.

Bring and buy bonanza

 

Once again it was standing room only at Jill Dodge's annual pre-Christmas bring and buy sale and coffee morning yesterday.

Jill and her group  of helpers transformed her home in Northleaze into an Aladdin's cave of delights, from knitted Santas to bobble-hatted miniature jars of chutney.

And again their selfless hard work raised a magnificent amount for the Goods Shed arts centre project appeal - over £500!

  No wonder Jill recently received an Unsung Hero award from the Tetbury Advertiser. What a star - and where would we be without you and your indefatigable friends?

Sculpture Exhibition Opens

The Goods Shed Sculpture Exhibition opened its doors to the public on Wednesday - with one of the first visitors buying  one of the works!

Hardly surprising, as it is as intriguing and diverse a show as you'll find anywhere, let alone in the unusual surroundings of an unrestored Victorian Goods Shed with the barest essentials in the way of lighting and furnishing. 

Not to be missed, especially as dusk as the light fades and spotlights hung from wire stretchers take over the task of illuminating the sculpted forms on concrete-block plinths.

It is open every day until 23 November, with a possibility of being extended further  if needed.

 

 

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