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Following the launch of Little Birdhouse Art Organisation's very first Art Market in Tarporley back in September, Little Birdhouse Art Markets will be back in the village on a regular basis.

Local artist LIZ TAYLOR who is director of Little Birdhouse Arts and is Artist In Residence at Chester Art Centre, is thrilled that her idea of a touring arts market is gaining momentum. 25 local artists and artistic crafters will be exhibiting and selling their work inside Tarporley Community Centre. Tattenhall-based artists include Diane Vale of Woodfin Art.

"There is a glut of local talent to be explored and enjoyed and Little Birdhouse Art Market is the perfect platform for local artists to exhibit and sell their work. It is vitally important to bring original art into our rural communities," said Liz. "We were thrilled to welcome MP for Eddisbury, Antionette Sandbach at our last market in Tarporley in March".

Antoinette bought an original painting from local artist Gill Eddison. Gill lives and works in Eaton.

The NEXT ART MARKET WILL BE AT TARPORLEY COMMUNITY CENTRE ON THE HIGH STREET ON SATURDAY 19TH MAY, where you will receive a very warm welcome. Doors open at 10am. Tea, coffee and cake will be available too!

Further dates are available on www.littlebirdhousearts.org.

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