5th to 13th September 2015

Celebrate a feast of arts and crafts within the 10 Parishes. Visit exhibitions, take part yourself! The 10 Parishes Festival runs every second year to offer you the visitor a rich variety of art throughout the 10 Parishes area (Wiveliscombe and its surrounding parishes). 2015 will be the seventh Festival since its inception. The 10 Parishes are Ashbrittle, Bathealton, Brompton Ralph, Clatworthy, Chipstable with Waterrow, Fitzhead, Huish Champflower, Milverton, Stawley and Wiveliscombe!

Here you will find the guide to What's On, all of the exhibitions, open studios and community events that make up the 2015 Festival. Printed guides will also be available for free from many outlets around Somerset and Devon from early August. You can also download the Festival Guide as an Adobe PDF.

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There are regularly over 100 events, covering paintings, photographs, drawing, sculpture, jewellery, pottery, poetry, theatre, music, film, circus and much more. There are plenty of opportunities to have a go, or just appreciate other people’s talent and creativity. Everyone is very welcome to come along and join in. Most events are free.

The Festival is organised by a group of volunteers led by Pauline Homeshaw, entirely for the benefit of the community. During 2012, the Festival was taken under the wing of The Wiveliscombe Area Partnership, a charity registered in England and Wales. WAP provides a number of services to the local community, such as the operation of the Community Office in Wiveliscombe, and Wivey Link, which provides community transport in the area. WAP’s oversight of the Festival ensures that our legal and financial functions are taken care of, and allows the working group to continue building on the artistic and community events that make the Festival special.