AMERSHAM FESTIVAL OF ARTS – 2018 A HUGE SUCCESS

Monday, October 29th, 2018
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AMERSHAM FESTIVAL OF ARTS 2018 A HUGE SUCCESS

This year’s art festival was a huge success with a Beatrix Potter Immersive Tea Party, hosted by Venture Quest Productions, pop-up art displays throughout town to showcase young creative talent PLUS our annual art exhibition with art displayed by local artists. £1087.47 was raised from art sales for the Grants Fund, to be distributed to community projects.

We are currently planning our civic events for 2019. Dates for Amersham Festival of Arts 2019 will be confirmed in due course.

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