An array of local artistic talent will be on display at Surrey Heath Museum as part of Frimley and Camberley Art Society’s selling exhibition from 8 November until 20 December 2014.
Children will also have chance to do their own art work using the Museum's interactive trolley activities.
Alongside the exhibition will be a foyer display of wildlife photography by local photographer Andrew Furber.
Children will also get the chance to be creative and brighten up the Museum’s old black and white photograph collection by adding their own colours as part of the Picture Perfect Paintings children’s craft session at Surrey Heath Museum on Saturday 22 November.
The drop-in session runs from 10.30am to 12pm, costing just £2.50. There is no need to book and you can just turn up.
The winning entry within Surrey Heath Museum’s ’40 Years of Surrey Heath’ painting competition – chosen by the Mayor of Surrey Heath, Cllr Bob Paton – will also be on display during the Frimley and Camberley Art Society exhibition.
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Surrey Heath Museum is open from Wednesday to Saturday 11am to 5pm with free admission.