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A rock appears to float above the surface of a pool in a woodland, in a sculptural art installation.

David Bethell - The Weight of Things

Commissioned by Urban Wilderness as part of the Wastelands.

A carved wooden chair, painted bright pink and yellow, sits in a woodland landscape

Edie Jo Murray - Perception and Perspective

Painted wooden chairs, Meadow Arts commission, 2021

A rock appears to float above the surface of a pool in a woodland, in a sculptural art installation.A carved wooden chair, painted bright pink and yellow, sits in a woodland landscape

Free Family Drop in Workshop 2 at Croft Castle

24 August 2021, 12-3pm

Join artists from Meadow Arts Creative Practitioner Network to explore the themes and ideas in the All Alone exhibition in these free drop in art workshops.

Materials will be provided, and children must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Covid19 protocols will be observed and numbers to the workshop area limited. No booking required, workshop is included in the cost of entry to the grounds.

Family friendly art activities will be available via www.meadowarts.org to do at home inspired by being alone and the artworks on display in Fishpool Valley.

Venues

Croft Castle
Yarpole
Near Leominster
Herefordshire
HR6 9PW

Entry is free to National Trust members and other entry charges can be found here

Accessibility

The All Alone exhibition artworks are situated in Fishpool Valley, which is a woodland walk of approximately 1+ hour.

There are gentle slopes into the valley which can be muddy. Croft Castle & Parkland's front drive and parts of the valley are suitable for all terrain pushchairs.

Download National Trust Croft Castle's Accessibility Statement here