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Artists and Green Energy

Sat 12 May - Country Market with ~ Artist in Residence, 'hands on' with Green Energy tools and equipment, Imaginative Photography.  The countryside is a fantastic environment for work and play.  Come and join us on this special Families Day - farm animals, artists and engineering!  What a challenge.


Artist in Residence

Ruth Aslett

I am an Oxfordshire based, acrylic animal portrait artist. I love the challenge of trying to capture the character, expressions and or movement in an animal and hope to bring out their unique personality and life into my artwork. I also take inspiration in the beautiful countryside in England and enjoy painting landscape scenes too. I welcome commission of your favourite furry friends.



Educate ~ Inspire ~ Decarbon ~ Arts

Westmill Sustainable Energy Trust (WeSET) carries out a wide range of activities, the core being educational work, supporting local energy conservation and renewable energy initiatives and arts projects.

We encourage and facilitate visits to the site and every other year organise a larger event. We hope that you may feel inspired to join us or to do something in your community that help to work towards a low carbon future.


Green Energy ~ Campaign for Real Events

Campaign for Real Events is a voluntary organisation promoting understanding of energy use and recycling. One of the main things we do is make and operate child sized pedal generators at Green events, community festivals and in schools.




Imagine Contemporary Portraits

Chantelle from Imagine will be running a competition to win a complimentary photography package at Imagine Studios! 

Imagine are a contemporary family photography studio based near Marlborough.  They specialise in taking stunning portraiture from their state-of-the-art studio and within the grounds of Savernake Forest and Warren Farm.  

Winners can even take advantage of having one of their popular Bluebell photoshoots in Savernake Forest.



















Julie Grose

Sculptural blacksmith, Julie Grose, is a designer maker who makes metal sculptures and functional items from her forge in Wallingford, Oxfordshire, UK.

Julie creates a range of architectural ironwork, home wares and garden art, using traditional blacksmithing and fabrication methods incorporating contemporary and classic feminine design.












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