Next Sunday will see Lynn’s Tower Gardens filled with arts, crafts and music as the third Greyfriars Arts Festival promotes local talent while raising money for a Lynn charity.
The festival is organised by Greyfriars Art Space to celebrate the work of local artists and performers by encouraging them to hold stalls and display their work on the railings.
A selection of craftspeople will also be showing off their creations, while others hold art events including workshops for adults and children.
There will also be ceramic modelling and bronze casting demonstrations throughout Sunday, August 18, from 12-4pm.
In addition, there will be performances and a raffle in aid of The Benjamin Foundation, a Lynn charity which works with homeless people, helps those struggling with childcare and works with young people across the area.
Performing on the day will be acts from previous years, including Joe Reed, Amy Bone, Primakova and Lee Colville, as well as a range of new acts including young musicians, modern ballet and poetry readings.
This is a free event which aims to raise the profile of Greyfriars Art Space, on St James Street, in conjunction with the Park services.
Guests are welcome to bring picnics on the day and enjoy an entertaining afternoon in the park.
For further information, contact 0751 714 7444, or pop into Greyfriars Art Space on Mondays from 10.30am to 3.30pm and chat to Kathy and Vicky.