Adur Art Trail paints town blue

The giant knight, Code of Honour, is out and about in Shoreham in search of a bit of culture
The giant knight, Code of Honour, is out and about in Shoreham in search of a bit of culture

THE Adur Art Trail is painting the town blue.

The giant knight, called Code of Honour, is out in the town again in search of a bit of culture.

Saturday, June 1, marks the start of the ninth Adur Art Trail. For the first two weeks and three weekends in June, more than 80 artists will be opening their homes and holding joint exhibitions around Shoreham, Southwick and Lancing.

Look out for the giant blue footprint banners and blue and white bunting marking the venues around town.

Pick up a guide and see www.adurartcollective.co.uk

The iconic St Marys Hall, in East Street, Shoreham, will be open to the public for the first time in five years to host the AdurArt collective’s exciting Centerpiece exhibition.

The hall will also be the information centre for the trail where you can find out about all the venues.