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Upcoming Events

Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 September 

Made in the Cotswolds is an Arts and Crafts Festival showcasing the wealth of creative talent across the Cotswolds region. Throughout the weekend artists and creatives will be both exhibiting their work and demonstrating their talents. In addition there will be a host of creative venues celebrating all things made in the region, ranging from wine and locally produced artisan foods to flower arrangements.

Various venues around Chipping Campden


Saturday 22 September at 6pm

The Ashbee Lecture: Nicholas Hobbs ‘A risky proposition: the new Arts & Crafts furniture for Lincoln Cathedral’

Nicholas Hobbs is an established designer/maker of fine contemporary furniture in his workshop in Derbyshire. One of his recent projects completed in 2017 was to design and make new furniture for daily use in St Hugh’s Chapel, Lincoln Cathedral.

Tickets £7 to include a glass of wine.

Please note the location is now Court Barn Museum.



Opening Hours

October - March:

Tuesday - Sunday 10.00 - 4.00

April - September:
Tuesday - Sunday 10.00 - 5.00

Mondays (except Bank Holidays)


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