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10:57 16 April 2014

Wisbech Art Space

Wisbech Art Space

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Have you seen the latest Wisbech Art Space display in the Horsefair Shopping Centre?

This month the space, which has been open since December, showcases a collection of art from all around the Fens.

Organisers Red Barn Creative would like to hear your feedback about the Wisbech Art Space. Please do send in your thoughts to hello@wisbechartspace.com

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