Art exhibition in Charlecote's gardens

Take a look at the quirky folklore art exhibition in the gardens at Charlecote Park

We're taking a look at British folklore with quirky artworks in our folklore-themed exhibition in the gardens this autumn, crafty workshops for you and a special book promotion.

Guaranteed to make you smile, this autumn we have an exhibition of artworks through the gardens based on British folklore. Enjoy the works of ceramics artist Ros Ingram and willow sculptures by Rachel Harwood until 20 October. The exhibition resumes again after the half term Halloween trail from 4 November until 29 November.

If you’re inspired to be creative yourself, why not book on to one of our folklore-themed workshops?

Make a beeline for the gardens when you visit this autumn
Enjoy the folklore-themed art trail in the gardens at Charlecote Park this autumn
Make a beeline for the gardens when you visit this autumn


On 28 September the author of "A Treasury of British Folklore" Dee Dee Chainey and illustrator Joe McLaren are hosting a free book talk and signing in the Wood Yard café between 11am and 2pm.

The inspiration for our folklore exhibition this autumn
Discover a Treasury of British Folklore at Charlecote Park this autumn
The inspiration for our folklore exhibition this autumn


Local artist Ros creates memorable creatures by combining brightly glazed porcelain and reclaimed domestic objects.


Rachel is also from Stratford-upon-Avon and her experience in horticulture has given her an appreciation for willow in her natural creations.


Which of Ros and Rachel's creations is your favourite? Pick up the guide to our exhibition in Visitor Reception on your way in.