A huge sculpture trail is returning to south Norfolk for its 11th year with a new theme.

Visit the Raveningham Sculpture Trail in the beautiful wild gardens at the Raveningham Centre from July 17 to September 8 2024 from 10am to 5pm.

Curator Sarah Cannell has invited artists to respond to the theme of ‘MYTHOS - The Stories We Tell Ourselves’.

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Set across three acres, visitors can view the work of more than 60 artists from across the UK on the trail.

The trail will feature works from more than 60 artists The trail will feature works from more than 60 artists Picture: Supplied

This will include a giant textile snake by James Moreton and sound and visual installation The Woodland Portal - a collaboration between Laura Cannell and Andre Bosman. 

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There will also be a pop-up gallery with artwork and crafts and the ARTisan Coffee Shop will serve an array of drinks and treats.

Community interest company Creative Odyssey CIC has organised the trail.

Tickets go on sale on July 1 and will cost £8 for adults (free for under 18s) at raveninghamsculpturetrail.com (closed Mondays and Tuesdays). 

Dogs on leads are welcome and there is free parking.