Sandlings Sculpture Garden
Waveney and Blyth Arts has been curating sculpture trails for about ten years, and we have seen the idea spread around Suffolk and Norfolk. This year we are trying something different and simpler – and free for visitors – a sculpture garden. This is thanks to the generosity of Potton Hall, our sculpture trail partners over the past few years.
Potton Hall as a splendid venue for showcasing creative talent: its grounds provide an easily accessible yet remote space for showing and selling artistic and craft works designed for outdoor display. It’s open from 10am to 4pm, has good car parking, an African-themed Yurt Café, formal gardens and a glorious wildflower meadow, all within a rather hidden valley edged by forest and heathland – classic Sandlings scenery. And perfect for a sculpture garden.
We plan to open the Sandlings Sculpture Garden in June, for six months to start with. More details soon.