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Welcome to Tyndale Arts 2024

Showcasing affordable art from the Dursley Area

10.30am - 4.30pm*

Plan your visit

Tyndale Arts is an annual art trail that brings together artists, makers and visitors in the vibrant town of Dursley. Every year in October, we host a weekend of exhibitions and events in multiple venues across town.

Launched in 2017, we've grown rapidly to become one of the most popular art trails in the region. We showcase the best of local talent and are passionate about connecting artists with the community. Join us for our next event and experience the unique atmosphere of Tyndale Arts

Who are we?

Featured Exhibitor

Debs Harrison

Deborah is an international award-winning contemporary sculptor who specialises in stone. With a background in Biological Sciences and teaching, Deborah discovered stone carving in her middle years at an arts festival and went on to study sculpting with the Open College Network in Bristol. She was then accepted for UWE’s BA in Fine Art, where she developed the method of ‘carving direct’ in contrast to the conceptually focused methods that were being taught. After being accepted into the Gloucester Stonemason’s Carving Festival, by concession, and securing the highest bid for her piece at the auction, she enrolled for a diploma in stone masonry at Bath City College after which she turned professional.

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An evening with Debs Harrison

Towards Convergence


Plan your visit

There are many ways to enjoy the Tyndale Arts weekend, take a look at your option belows!

One Day Visit


  • Start your day at Kingshill House, a historic Grade II listed Georgian mansion (about a 15-minute walk from Dursley town centre). Explore a comprehensive exhibition by Tyndale Arts.

  • After Kingshill House, head to Leaf & Ground, a charming cafe on the edge of Dursley (about a 30-minute walk). See a curated selection of artworks by Tyndale Arts in a dedicated exhibition space next door and grab a bite to eat!


  • In the afternoon, head back to Dursley Town Centre and pay a visit to Dursley Methodist Church.

  • ​Next, head to St James' Church, a short walk (around 2 minutes) from Dursley Methodist Church. 

  • Lastly, visit Dursley Tabernacle Community Rooms, a 10-minute walk from St James' Church and take in the work of our final group of artists.



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