1. Bradford on Avon Lantern Procession

    In July the members at of the Bradford on Avon group made fish lanterns as part of the build up to the town’s Arts Festival. Unfortunately they were unable to take part in the procession but their lanterns were lit and joined many others in a magical evening walk along the river.

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  2. Coast to coast – mission accomplished!

    On 18th July I arrived at Robin Hoods Bay with my walking companions. We strode down to the seashore to wet our boots and throw the pebbles into the sea we had carried from St Bees. My tired legs and sore feet from walking 195 miles in 13 days with many hills and mountains crossed […]

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  3. Annual Report

    The Arts Together Annual Report has just been published on-line. You can read or download it here Arts Together Annual Report 2013-14

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  4. Sex and the Art of Soapmaking

     In Pewsey the girls loved it and the boys were not so sure. We are talking about making soap. In days gone by some crafts were for women like sewing and knitting, and others belonged to the men in their sheds like woodwork, welding and electronics.  Soapmaking, according to the men sitting together at one […]

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  5. On the last leg

    Mel is walking for Arts Together. He is on the last stretch now of the Coast to Coast, all up hill across the North York Moors – well not ALL up hill, he will come down at some point. It would give him an extra boost of energy to know that we are behind him […]

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  6. What been happening in the groups?

    As Arts Together takes a well earned break for a few weeks, here is a quick visual glimpse of what has been happening in the groups. Bradford on Avon – the fish lanterns Marlborough – coats-of-arms Trowbridge – printing and card making Pewsey – soap making Devizes -abstract portraits Corsham – lighthouses  

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  7. Walking for Arts Together

    Walk every day for 13 days? Cover a distance of 200 miles? Climb lots of hills on the way totalling almost 19000 feet of ascent? Sounds like a bit of a challenge? After completing the Thames Path in 2012 and the Ridgeway Path in 2013, this year I have decided to try something a little […]

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  8. Thursday’s session at Trowbridge

    The new groups have wasted no time getting stuck in! Some members comments: “That’s the most fun I’ve had in my life!” and “That’s made me feel 10 years younger.”

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  9. Lunch at Bradford on Avon

    Thalia serves up lunch… …and then dessert!! One member comments: “It’s the perfect combination – food and art”. Which I can only agree with – feeding the body, mind and spirit.

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