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Moor Hall Farmhouse 
Bettws-y-crwyn, Newcastle on Clun
Shropshire, SY7 8PH 
01547 510664

Exhibition and Mini Festival

Monday 2nd August - Sunday 8th August 2021 
11.00 to 5.00 daily

Everything is now in place for an exhibition of artwork inspired by Black Mountain Chapel and the surroundings. Students from MOOR ART 1 and MOOR ART 2, tutored by me, Bobby, will be presenting their sketchbook studies and completed pieces of work. This work was all completed through on-line tuition over the past few months. We hope to have a power-point running showing the work of students that are otherwise not represented in the exhibition, but who completed the course.

To accompany the exhibition there will be outdoor musical entertainment on each of the days at 3.00 in the afternoons, so lets hope for some dry sunny weather.

Monday 2nd August              Richard Tunnicliffe solo cello
Tuesday 3rd August              Trio, with Trev, Kay and Marian
Wednesday 4th August         Castle Voices with Sue Harris
Thursday 5th August             Clunsing with Sue Harris
Friday 6th August                  Bonnie Dobson folk singer
Saturday 7th August              Rapsquillion
Sunday 8th August                Georgians in Stone with John Kirkpatrick

If planning to come please combine car travel if possible or park and walk.

Refreshments will be available. 
Observe covid rules. 
Free Entry
For details about the exhibition/musical events: Bobby Britnell on 01547 510664
For details about Black Mountain Chapel contact: Gill Binks on 01588640216

Black Mountain Chapel
by Peter Wright

On the wild windswept hills
Of heather, hedges and tussocky fields,
A pathway to God is found
Under the curlews' cry.
Above the course of the Clun,
Through simple gate and gravestones,
They come with care worn hands
Gnarled by years of plough and earth. 
Home spun and wool, spruced Sunday best,
Shined boots, carved sticks to walk the hills,
Voices soaring over reed and bellow,
Preaching and praying for heaven's bounty. 
Now a high buzzard's hunting calls 
And wind haunting among the graves,
Echoes of the long-gone, god-fearing,
Whose labour and whose dreams 
Dwell in these stones. 

Here is a very brief taste of the work that students have been doing.

Bobbie Frances

Andrew Douce

Priscilla Smith

Ann Baker

Peter Wright

I hope I see you there!!!!
Stay well and happy which does happen when partaking in music and all the arts

Bobby Britnell, Moor Hall Farmhouse, Bettws-y-crwyn, Newcastle on Clun, Shropshire, SY7 8PH United Kingdom
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