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The connued sponsorship by Hampshire County Council, Lymington and Pennington Town Council and Solent House Dental Centre has enabled this event to take place. Please come and enjoy the wealth of talent and creavity in the Lymington and New Forest area, by enjoying the events on offer.


The 9th annual Lymington Arts Fesval will take place from 6th to 9th July, with art, music, texles, performance and literary events, for both adults and children.


Join Ferry Tales, a group of singer‐ songwriters, poets and a photographer, for a lively evening of original music and voices. This event will be held on Friday 7th July at Lymington URC. The team have travelled between ports and the Isle of Wight for a year, creang songs, poems and photographs, whilst helping local people be creavely involved. This is a free event. There will also be a Photographic Exhibion at Lymington Library, as part of this venture from 6th ‐ 8th July.


The majority of the acvies and events are free and take place at various venues, including Henderson Court, Lymington Library, Lymington Centre, Lymington United Reformed Church, Angel Courtyard, The Bandstand, The Thomas Tripp and St. Thomas Church.


Lymington Arts Fesval is an amazingly diverse celebraon of talent from the local area, with everything from interacve children’s theatre to sketching classes, bag stencilling to a performance of Twelh Night. Brochures will be available at the end of May from the parcipang venues and will give more details of events on 8th July, which is the live performance day.


www.lymingtonartsfesval.org.uk Please menon The Lymington Directory when responding to adversements 13


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