West Norfolk Arts Centre
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 Past and Present:

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  • Supplied first prize Royal Mail Painting competition, 25th Anniversary of the Investiture of HRH The Prince of Wales stamp issue. 
  • West Norfolk Arts Centre was a major prize contributor at the 1995 Society of Amateur Artists Exhibition (Chinese Brush Painting category). 
  • The Artists Publishing Company and The Artists & Illustrators Magazine Ltd employ the Centre to operate day workshops for readers on their behalf.

  • The Centre acted as a host venue for Country Living Magazine – Readers Treat – November 1994 to present.
  • Inspirations
    March 1994

  • Country Living,
    ‘Courses tried and tested’
    December 1994.

  • The Lady,
    February 1995 and January 1996.

  • Home Flair,
    February 1995.

  • Leisure Painter,
    ‘Holidays and Courses’
    October 1995.

  • Country Homes and Interiors,
    November 1996.

  • Leisure Painter
    ‘Holidays and Courses’
    September 2001.
  • West Norfolk Arts Centre featured on Independent Television in March 1995 when Ashley Jackson lead a Watercolour Weekend for an experienced group of artists and again in September at the Society of Amateur Artists Exhibition held at The Old School House.

  • The Centre worked in conjunction with Anglia Television (programme support department) providing painting workshops in Castle Rising for viewers of Hazel Soan’s programme ‘A Splash of colour’ and Ian King’s watercolour programme ‘King and Country’ (2000/2001).
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Click Here To Email West Norfolk Arts Centre Tel: 01553 631689 The Old School House, Castle Rising, King's Lynn, Norfolk PE31 6AG
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