Cromer carnival funds will be boosted by art week
An annual arty scene setter for Cromer carnival will get under way later this month.
The carnival art week running from May 24–29 will celebrate over 330 works of art and craft by over 85 artists and eight schools and community groups.
The exhibition, which is held at Cromer Parish Hall, has become a staple event in Cromer Carnival's calendar which is now in its 44th year.
It showcases the creativity of local people, through a range of paintings, crafts and photography to view, enjoy and buy.
Carnival spokesman Kate Royall said: 'With more than 85 artists taking part it is clear to see that north Norfolk is a hive of culture with applications coming from across the region.
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'As well as individual artists, the exhibition will be displaying work by 8 schools and community groups. Most items are for sale with some of the proceeds going to Cromer Carnival.'
The exhibition is open from Friday May 24 to Wednesday May 29.
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It is open every day from 10.30am to 5.30pm apart from Sunday May 26 when it is open from 2.30pm to 5.30pm, and on the last day it closes at 5pm.
For further information call Steve Everitt on 01263 514469.