Shaw House
Open Air Sculpture Exhibition
Shaw House

This exhibition will bring together 15 Open Studios sculptors whose work shows a high level of imagination, innovation and craft. This is a unique opportunity to see artwork in one stunning location of The Orangery. Shaw House is one of the best preserved Elizabethan manors in England and was built in 1581. Over the centuries it has welcomed royalty, seen action during the Civil War, housed soldiers during World War II and schooled generations of local children. The House will only be open to the public at weekends and during May half-term, entry is free.


Wheelchair access

Church Road, Newbury, Berkshire RG14 5DR
contact: Becky Scantlebury
t: 01635 279279
e: shawhouse@westberks.gov.uk
w: www.westberkshireheritage.org

From the Robin Hood roundabout, take B4009. At the pair of mini-roundabouts turn left. Car park entrance is on the right after Well Meadow. Walk through Shaw House garden towards the house.

opening times
Saturday 12 May - Sunday 3 June: 11am-4pm


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