14 September 2023

'Established 1935, modern eversince '. That's the De La Warr Pavilion in Bexhill on Sea.  Britain is such a beautiful island and the weather for our visit was perfect, Sometimes, I wonder why...

P1030439 2I'm not sure if it's annual but Doddington Hall certainly hosts sculpture exhibitions on a regular basis.

This gallery is from the September 2016 collection. Click the Read More to see it.

It was a pissing wet day but somehow that just added to the visual interest. It also meant the place was practically empty.

The garden of Doddington Hall is worth a visit even if there is n't a sculpture show on at the time. Don't miss seeing the huge (and I mean HUGE!) sweet chestnuts by the hall. There is also a farm shop and a very nice cafe. I'm not getting paid to review Doddington Hall, by the way. It just is a genuinely intersting place. The hall is open on some days too.

There, finished.

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