Sunday 30th & Bank Holiday Monday 31st August


A quick guide to what's on over the weekend

As you can see from the list below, we have quite a few things to keep you entertained.

Starting with an introduction from the Mayor of Belper Councillor Emma Monkman.
Not to be missed are the demos from some of our artists, they will all miss the interaction they usually get from the Arts Trail - so do feel free to drop them a message if you have any further questions.
We hope you get an insight into some of their processes - which hopefully you would do on the normal Arts Trail.

Captain Dan and his crew of plundering pirates are recruiting new crew mates. Join them on their first interactive virtual treasure hunt. It'll keep the children entertained. So, don ya favourite pirate outfit an ave some fun. Aaarrrrhh!

You can catch some very fabulous live music on our Facebook live feed. Steven and Ben have both played during the trail last year, so it's great to see them back. Sarah and Sue, haven't played the trail before but we've seen many live sets by the two of them before so we know you will love them.

30th August

31st August

About the trail

The Arts Trail began in 2014 when two artists wanted to help strengthen the local artistic community and to find interesting and creative solutions to the lack of dedicated space in Belper for artists to exhibit.

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