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A perfect summer’s evening in Lincolnshire

Lincolnshire members enjoyed an idyllic evening at Doddington Hall’s biennial Sculpture show

No Lincolnshire summer would feel complete without the branch’s evening gathering to celebrate a keynote local cultural event. Back at Doddington Hall’s on Monday, 8 August thanks once more to the generous support of Claire and James Birch, members and friends enjoyed a wonderful mix of artworks sequestered around the luscious gardens and gallery at the biennial Sculpture Exhibition. Giles and Fi Walter came up trumps, ensuring the impressive and rather thirsty turnout was suitably wined and watered, and the evening also served as the opener to the busy autumn events season – find out more here.

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