Coombe Sculpture Garden – 2nd July 2016
5.30pm – Unique opportunity to enjoy an evening visit to this beautiful garden and view the sculptures by prize winning sculptor Paul Vanstone.
7.00pm – A Concert in the sculpture gallery by the jazz and blues singer and guitarist Gareth Hedges. If you have not heard Gareth before then you are in for a treat. He has toured the USAS many times with his special blend of Blues, American and Celtic Folk and Jazz Classics all accompanied on his six string acoustic guitar.
7.40 – In the Interval we will serve you with a glass of wine and a slice of one of our Coombe cakes for which we are world famous (well locally anyway)!
All for £10 per person
Payment in advance or on entrance
Booking is advisable because of limited space
Phone 01822 870208 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Coombe Sculpture Garden
Bradstone, Devon. PL19 0QS
All proceeds to MABRAKE (Milton Abbot/Bradstone/Kelly) the local action group working to preserve this beautiful part of West Devon (www.mabrake.com) in association with our affiliates LLVAG (Lifton/Lyd Valley), LASTAG (Lamerton), SALTAG (Stowford/Lewdown)
Coombe Sculpture Garden
The garden is open Friday, Saturday and Sunday until the 3rd July. Opening times 11am until 5pm. Most of the funds raised will go to MABRAKE to help fund on-going campaigns to protect our part of West Devon.
We have the following special events:
19th June: A special Father’s Day lunch including the favourite Chicken Pie!
2nd July: An evening visit to the garden followed by a concert by the jazz and blues singer and guitarist Gareth Hedges. Also a glass of wine and a piece of our Coombe cake!
Garden open from 5.30pm
Concert begins at 7pm
Tickets £10 – book in advance by phoning 01822870208 or emailing email@example.com
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