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Chris Nugent exhibition at Audlem Mill
Lincolnshire Hookers exhibition at Audlem Mill

There are currently two exhibitions at Audlem Mill:

 


  • Canal Photographs by Chris Nugent – a unique collection of 40 framed photographs of many aspects of canals and waterways – historic boats, structures, weather, wildlife etc. 

  • Rag Rugs by the Lincolnshire Hookers – around 20 original pieces by several rug makers, all based in Lincolnshire.  A variety of rug making styles. 


Both exhibitions are on until the end of July.  All the photographs, and some of the rugs, are for sale.

Audlem Mill is open every day from 9.00 to 5.00

 

 

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