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Valley's artists welcome visitors
Tamar Valley
The week-long event finishes on 11 September
Artists inspired by the Tamar Valley are throwing open their studio doors to the public for the second year running.

Building on the success of last year's event, 58 artists will show how the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty has inspired their work.

The week-long event called Drawn to the Valley finishes on 11 September.

It showcases the creative community in the area which stretches from Launceston and Tavistock to Plymouth and the Tamar estuary.

A free directory to the event is available from tourist information centres, libraries, arts centres and galleries.

The Tamar Valley, which attracts thousands of visitors each year, is celebrating the tenth anniversary of its being recognised as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).

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