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'Bucks Open Studios' returns this month.

It is the largest visual arts event in Buckinghamshire and this year takes place 10th-25th June.

This annual artistic extravaganza showcases over 500 artists and makers who open up their studios to the public for two weeks with an impressive line-up of free demonstrations, hands-on workshops and exhibitions in over 200 venues across Buckinghamshire.

Copies of the booklet listing all the artists and all the venues around Bucks, as well as the Haddenham Art Trail leaflet, are now available at Haddenham Community Library.

Or you can simply download a copy of the Haddenham Art Trail by clicking on the PDF available below the image on this page.

Visit the website for more details or call 01296 614283.

Email: admin@bucksopenstudios.org.uk

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