MARGARET Plumb, 81, was among visitors to West Oxfordshire’s Kingham Lodge as part of a week-long celebration of art.
More than 150 sculptures are on display in the five acres of grounds in the heart of Kingham as part of Artweeks, which highlights the work of county artists.
The part-time cleaner from Upper Slaughter, Gloucestershire, said: “We knew we wouldn’t be able to afford any of them, but they were lovely.
“Even without the sculptures, the grounds were beautiful.”
Artweeks was being held across West Oxfordshire last week and is being held in Oxford this week.
For information visit artweeks.org
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