Beach Art Attack at Woolacombe on Friday

MOLLUSC mosaics, circles in the sand or seaweed sculptures will all be on offer as the popular Art Attack event returns to Woolacombe Beach this Friday. Part of the annual Big Draw campaign, the free event is organised by the National Trust and will be he

MOLLUSC mosaics, circles in the sand or seaweed sculptures will all be on offer as the popular Art Attack event returns to Woolacombe Beach this Friday.

Part of the annual Big Draw campaign, the free event is organised by the National Trust and will be held near the main beach entrance from 10.30am-2pm and is open to anyone who wants to try their hand at a little beach art.

Using shells, driftwood, stones, man made rubbish or simply sand, people of all ages are invited along to create beach pictures and help spread the Big Draw message that art is accessible to all.

Last year was a great success and once again people can simply turn when they wish and have a go.


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