Foxton art exhibition promises to be colourful affair

PUBLISHED: 08:57 08 November 2014

Vandy Massey and Jude Gardiner with their work

Vandy Massey and Jude Gardiner with their work

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Foxton’s annual art exhibition promises to be bigger and better than ever.

This year there will be 70 exhibiting artists and more than 400 works of art going on display in the large gallery-style rooms in Foxton Village Hall.

Jane Price, of Friends of Foxton School, said: “Each year our exhibition grows not only in size, but also in reputation.”

A preview evening takes place on Friday, November 14, and the exhibition will also be open from 10.30am to 4pm the next day and 11am to 4pm on Sunday.

Entrance is £2 for adults, free for children with the proceeds going to support Foxton Primary School.

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