Hosted by Cherry Trees Patron Sibylla and husband Bruce Tindale, a fortnight of art, sculpture, sparkling English wine and fundraising outdoors is set to take place again on the idyllic site. 

High Clandon Estate is the home of an award winning vineyard, the glass barn and pop-up arts venue. Over 50 artists will exhibit their work ranging from sculpture, glass, paintings and more abstract pieces, whilst London's city skyline buildings create a contrasting and notable view on the horizon not to be missed. 

New names to feature this year: Carole Andrews, Marie Boyle, Seamus Cuddihy Jeremy Moulsdale, Juliette Scott, Teresa Wells MRSS, Adam Warwick Hall and many of our Patron's favourites too… the witty Allan Wallis, Gil Whyman MRSS, Nicky Chubb and many more.

Entry for the fortnight is free but donations welcomed at the door in support of Cherry Trees. 

Sunday 25th July sees Cherry Trees host cream teas on the lawn for the National Garden Scheme day, entry is by advance booked ticket, visit NGS today. Opens 11am. 

Cover image: copyright STindale