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Leigh Art Trail is Taking Place from Saturday 3rd September
The wonderful Leigh Art Trail is back again this year showcasing the talented artists we have in our great little town. Painters, Sculptures, designers and photographers are just some of the amazing local creatives who are throwing open their studios between 3rd and 10th September.
Since 1997 when a handful of local artists decided to raise the profile of local arts opened their studios and workshops to encourage people to visit them and see their work the Leigh Art Trail was born.
Leigh-on-sea has now become a mecca for those wishing to pursue their art and creative talent, so much so that we now have a reputation for being one of the most creative places along the Thames Estuary.
This year’s event shows the work of over 70 talented artists spread across the many shops, Cafes, businesses, studios and workshops in pop-up galleries.
Such a wonderful day to meander around the artwork, visit our many shops, bars and restaurants and see our great little town by the sea.
You can download the venue map here: https://www.leigharttrail.com/map-2022
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