Charingworth Court Sculpture Exhibition

The garden will be the backdrop for 7th annual Charingworth Court Garden sculpture selling exhibition curated by Jane Smoczynski of Winds of Change.

The exhibition will open on 19th and 20th May (11am to 5.30pm) as part of the National Garden Scheme and continue from 22nd to 28th May.  (see further details below)

Sculptures by Cotswold and regional artists will be exhibited in the beautiful created 1½ acre garden. A relaxed country style with Japanese influences, large pond and walled vegetable/flower garden, created over 20 years from a blank canvas. Mature copper beech trees, Cedar of Lebanon and Wellingtonia; and younger trees replacing an earlier excess of Cupressus leylandii.

Admission £5, children free.  Home-made teas from 12noon. Refreshments in aid of The Children’s Society. 

The garden will remain open from 22nd to 28th where admission will be free. Viewings at any other time by appointment via Jane of Winds of Change.  Contact details can be found on the website

There will be no refreshments during the rest of the exhibition but there are a variety of pubs, restaurants and coffee shops in the town a short distance away from Charingworth Court. 

Charingworth Court,  Broadway Rd, Winchcombe, Cheltenham GL54 5JN

Meirion Jones

A Winds of Change Exhibition at Barnbury 


14 North Street, Winchcombe, Gloucestershire. GL54 5LH
Meirion Jones is a painter from Cardigan in West Wales. He studied at The Dyfed College of Art and The University of Wales. After being a teacher for ten years, he threw his hat in the ring and became a full time painter around the turn of the millennium. 
Until 2017 he would usually exhibit with his father,  the late Aneurin Jones, but has now started showing with his wife, the painter Joanna Jones.
“The subjects are usually the landscape of West Wales and figurative work, but the crucial factor is light, the light which brings everything alive”.