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Susan Lethbridge: Inspirational fabrics – natural textures

Susan Lethbridge’s studio in Milverton will exhibit a large selection of designer fabrics for you to make your own creations or buy from the display of handmade scarves, throws, garden aprons and cushions made by Susan. Vintage country house decorative accessories. Tea and coffee available too! Open every day of the festival, 11am-6pm at Devonia… Continue Reading »

The Street Market & Carnival

One of the most popular parts of the 10 Parishes Festival is the Wiveliscombe Street Market and Carnival on Sunday 10th September. The town centre will again be free of traffic and filled with stallholders, craftspeople and musicians. The party starts at 10am when the Street Market opens. Entertainment will include a variety of local… Continue Reading »

Festival Guide online

The 10 Parishes Festival Guide is making a good impact out and about in many locations across the county. Did you know that it’s also possible to see it online and share with other contacts on social media? You will see the browse button a little way down on the right of the website home… Continue Reading »

Festival first for Jessica

One of the 10 Parishes Festival’s youngest sculptors Jessica Weetch, 17, found her first ever exhibition got off to a flying start when she sold a sculpture within three hours on the opening night, for £150. Jessica, of Palace Gardens, Wiveliscombe, who is exhibiting at This is Moorish café-restaurant along with six professional artists, was… Continue Reading »

Great media support for Festival

We’ve been getting some great support for the Festival in latest issues of Somerset Life magazine, Exmoor Magazine, the Somerset County Gazette, Wellington Weekly, West Somerset Free Press – and more to come, including radio; plus excellent online listings help from organisations like Visit Somerset, Taunton Tourist Information Centre and more. It’s August 25 today… Continue Reading »

Just over three weeks to go…

Just over three weeks to go! It’s the final push for artists and craftspeople now, and on the organisational side it’s non-stop busy at the moment too. Festival Director Pauline Homeshaw has been delivering thousands of he 15,000 printed Guides around the county – and no sooner has she got back to base, there are messages for ‘more please.’… Continue Reading »