Lyme Town Mill to host school’s art show

PUBLISHED: 15:02 19 January 2018

Exhibits at a previous Woodroffe School art show. Picture: SUBMITTED

Exhibits at a previous Woodroffe School art show. Picture: SUBMITTED


Woodroffe’s annual exhibition will open at The Malthouse Gallery on January 26

The Malthouse Gallery in Lyme Regis Town Mill has once again been chosen by staff at the town’s Woodroffe School to host its annual art show.

Parents, local families and visiting art lovers will have the opportunity to talent spot and enjoy work created by the up-coming generation of artists who are currently students from all years at the comprehensive.

There will be a wide variety of 2D and 3D artwork in this showcase, including paintings, sculpture, graphics, photography, textiles and design work.

Gallery curator Phil Clayton said: “Over the years, there has always been a consistently high level of achievement, as well as some intriguing surprises, in this collection of work, and we are delighted to welcome back the school and its talented cohorts.” The exhibition will be open daily from 10.30am to 4.30pm from Friday, January 26 until Sunday February 4, and entry is free. For further details, visit

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