Friday 2nd August to Sunday 8th September, 10am to 5pm daily
Three acres of lawns, orchard and intriguing outdoor spaces provide a magical setting for the sculpture trail, which this year explores the theme of the Woven Woodland. Curator Sarah Cannell has located site-speciﬁc installations, 3-D constructions and sculpture by over 30 artists from East Anglia and beyond, including Mark Goldsworthy, Andy Jarrett, Janette Lazell, Sarah Dyball, Tobias Ford, Bee Springwood, Mike Challis, and Rob Harries. a pop-up gallery in the farmhouse shows prints, paintings, textiles and fragile pieces and there are large-scale textile works by Helen Howes in the Ravenous Café.
A mobility scooter will be available on a ﬁrst come ﬁrst served basis for a small donation. Or to ensure one is available when you want to visit contact Shaun Green of Norfolk Mobility scooters on 01603 784474 to book a suitable model.
There is plentiful free parking and designated disabled parking.
Toilets are wheelchair accessible and have nappy changing facilities. Ravenous Café is open every day for light lunches, drinks, cakes, and home-made refreshments.
For more information about the exhibiting artists visit www.waveneyvalleysculpturetrail.com
Programme of events
Raveningham Centre, Beccles Road, Raveningham NR14 6NU
Tickets £6 (W&BA members £5). Under 18s free. Pay on entry only