Chew Stoke

Venue 3: Tintinna Studio, Summerfield, Bristol Road, Chew Stoke, BS40 8UB.

Directions: On the main B3114 road through the village. Parking available.

Disabled Access: Partial. It has a gravel drive, but only one step to the level of the studio.

Refreshments - no.

Covid - following Government guidelines.

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Sandy Bell - Venue 3

Paintings, illustration and graphic design

01275 333128 - 07832 386 591

tintinna@aol.com

www.tintinna.com

Wildlife and nature, birds, animals, water scenery - recently a pub sign, a shop and a restaurant wall art.

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Sue Martini - Venue 3

Paintings

01761 462919

suemartini.southwell@gmail.com

Various subjects, mainly watercolours.

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Sheila Steel - Venue 3

Paintings

01934 750449

sheila.steel2@btinternet.com

Painting for pleasure in oils, various subjects.

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Alison Procter - Venue 3

Painting

01934 812787

Tony.procter123@btinternet.com

A large variety of subjects in oil.

Venue 4: Pentire, Scot Lane, Chew Stoke, BS40 8UW.

Directions: Turn into Pilgrims Way from Bristol Road and Scot Lane is on the left by the former Yew Tree Pub.

Disabled access: No

Covid - Following Government guidelines

Felton & Winford
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Lucy Masters - Venue 4

Photography

01275 316402

photographsofthechewvalley@gmail.com

Landscape and wildlife photographer based in Chew Stoke.

Venue 5: Slightly Sheepish, Unit 5A Fairseat Workshops, Stoke Hill, Chew Stoke, BS40 8XF.

Directions: Halfway up the hill out of Chew Stoke heading towards the lake on the left.

Disabled access - Yes.

Refreshments - No.

Covid - following Government guidelines. 

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Mary Griese - Venue 5

Painting

01275 472207

griese.mary@gmail.com

Original watercolours, prints and cards of agricultural livestock and pets.

Chew Stoke is in Bath & North East Somerset, on the B3114 (off the B3130) with Chew Valley Lake, the largest man-made lake in the country on its doorstep. The lake is famous for trout fishing, sailing, bird watching, wildlife and its tea shops and fish and chips. The village is on the popular Avon Cycle route and has a pub and a very good cafe. It is also the home of Chew Valley Comprehensive School, Chew Valley Medical Practice and Chew Valley Rugby Club. Map at bottom of page.   These venues are all open from 10am to 6pm daily during the trail weekend.