Corsham Town Council – Artist Survey

Dear all

We at Peacock HQ hope that you are all safe and well at this difficult time? As it is a potentially challenging time for many artists, Corsham Town Council have asked if we could send out some information to our creative community. We very much hope that the following links are useful and that you are able to spare 5 minutes to complete a short survey to assess the impact of Covid-19 on our local artistic community.

Thank you for reading. Stay safe.




Corsham Town Council has undertaken a research project to find out what impact the coronavirus crisis has had on the town’s economy and the people whose work is based here. We have also been sharing news of funding schemes and the help and advice available.

It’s True It’s True It’s True

The Peacock Arts Trail is delighted to bring you details of a fascinating and award winning piece of theatre at the Pound Arts Centre in Corsham…


By Breach Theatre

At Pound Arts

Wednesday 30 October, 7.30pm

Second Peacock Weekend Coming Up!

We’re now over halfway on the 2019 Peacock Arts Trail and the week is flying by! We’re gearing up for the second busy weekend but first we wanted to share with you some of the incredible talent on display from our adventures out and about on the Trail so far…

Below are some pictures of the Trail in action. Peacock HQ have been absolutely blown away by the work on display – we can’t thank our artists enough for their hard work, dedication and enthusiasm for  sharing what they love doing and inspiring others!

We also can’t wait to see the creative outcomes of the workshops that are running over the course of the week. What has inspired you so far? Have you joined in on a workshop? Where do you plan to visit this weekend? Share your journey with us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram.

But first, time to sit down, have a cup of tea, and browse through our photos for a recap on where you’ve been, and inspiration for where to visit next…

We are proud to support the Just A Card campaign and to champion independent businesses. The campaign aims to encourage people to buy from Designer/Makers and Independent Galleries and Shops by reinforcing the message that all purchases, however small, even ‘just a card’ are so vital to the prosperity and survival of small businesses. 


And we’re off! Hello 9 days of art art and more art!

We hope artists and art lovers alike have a wonderful week, chatting with fellow enthusiasts, making new friends, and generally celebrating how important it is to be creative in any way you can!

If you’ve not seen it already, do check out our Discover the Trail page which we hope will help you navigate the Trail – links to our exhibitors can be found on this page (or above), along with links to maps, our online brochure and workshops.

Thank you in advance to everyone who visits one or more of our venues – we can assure you that a lot of work goes into getting ready for an exhibition like this and you will be warmly welcomed at every venue you visit. And remember, entry to all venues is completely free.


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The Peacock Arts Trail are big fans of the Just A Card campaign – do have a read of their website to find out why their work is so important to small creative businesses.

Brothers in Arts Duel it Out!

Painters and twin brothers, Jonathan and Michael Sanders, will be launching their Peacock Arts Trail with a paint duel!

Both artists visited Lacock Abbey on the same day to take a photograph of a section of the Abbey they wished to paint. Neither have seen the others painting – both will be unveiled at 10.30am on Saturday 5th at their gallery on Pickwick Road, Sanders Painting & Sculpture.

Visit them at venue #9 to see the results of their hard work and cast your vote!

The Birdhouse Cafe – Special Offer for Peacock Trail Visitors!

The Birdhouse Cafe in Box is  very generously offering a special deal to those visitors on the Peacock Arts Trail!

For the 9 days of the Trail you can get a coffee or tea and a piece  of cake for just £4! The only condition? You have to tell them your favourite artist on the Trail so far!

Creative Connections

We are delighted to have been able to organise our very first community project for the 2019 Peacock Arts Trail.

Masterminded by the wonderful Rachael Holtom, a group of older people have produced artwork inspired by the phrase ‘A Walk in Corsham Park’.

They have worked with two of our artists – Rachel Heard and Sam Perry – to create some very impressive art as well as have lots of fun and laughter on the way!

You can enjoy the exhibition of the ‘Creative Connections’ group everyday during the Peacock Arts Trail at Corsham Town Hall, 10am – 3pm.

We are very grateful to Wiltshire Council’s Health and Wellbeing Board for funding this project; to Corsham Town Council for their kind support and to the customers of Waitrose (Melksham) for donating via the green token scheme.

New Workshops & Demos at The Barn Gallery

We’re delighted to inform you that there are two new workshops and demonstrations being offered by artists at The Barn Gallery in Kington Langley:

Sponsors of the 2019 Peacock Arts Trail

It is with enormous gratitude that we say thank you to our generous sponsors. Their support allows us to promote the wealth of talent that we have in this area. Thank you!

5 Days To Go!

It’s not long now until the Peacocks take to the skies over Corsham again for the 2019 Peacock Arts Trail! It is set to be an absolutely fantastic Trail, with more talented artists and creatives than ever joining us this time around!

Remember, entry to all venues is completely free. Please do check the brochure or our online exhibitor list for individual venue opening times as well as information on access, parking and refreshments.

Have you picked up your printed copy of the brochure yet? Find them in galleries, shops, cafes, tourist information’s and many other locations around the Trail area.