Autumn Art in the Park is a brand new activity, which has just been launched at Sewerby Hall and Gardens.
It's an opportunity to use Facebook to share ideas and creations, whether poetry, photos, or pieces of art which can be created either at home, or in the grounds at Sewerby Hall and Gardens.
There will be a weekly post on the venue's Facebook page where entries can be shared. To inspire future entries, well known artist James Brunt recently visited the gardens and created a range of ideas, including the 100 Leaf Challenge, which can now be seen on Facebook.
General manager Marie Gascoigne said : "Make a picture, take a photo or write a poem and add it to our Facebook page. We would love to see your creative entries, whether you do them at home or in our amazing gardens."
Entry to the gardens is free, and the zoo is also open daily (though charges apply to the zoo). The house is open at weekends only (admission charges apply to the house).
For full details of all the facilities at Sewerby Hall and Gardens, including the zoo, the gardens and the house, plus the Clock Tower CafÃ© takeaway service, visit www.sewerbyhall.co.uk
Visitors are encouraged to book their visit online in advance.
To take part in Autumn Art in the Park, visit www.facebook.com/sewerbyhall
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