Bucks Mills Cabin Open Day

On Saturday 1st June, in the glorious sunshine (although a chilly breeze!) with stunning views across Bideford Bay we had our open day at The Cabin down Bucks Mills. It was a great turn out with approximately 240 people passing through the door to see the hidden gem of a time capsule. With Justin, Warren (Burton Art Gallery’s Exhibition and Collections Officer) and myself on hand to answer questions about the cabin, its contents and the two artists Judith Ackland and Mary Stella Edwards who used the cabin between the 1920’s-1970’s.

Luke Johns
Volunteer Ranger – Torridge

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4 responses to “Bucks Mills Cabin Open Day

  1. Reblogged this on Jeez, not you again! and commented:
    Was away at the time but should like to visit the Cabin at Bucks Mills

  2. Colin A. Boot

    Last year I bought a painting of St Ives signed by Yram Allets and found it difficult to trace any info on the artist but perseverence eventually found the Bucks Mill connection. On Sat.1st June I visited Bucks Mill on the way home from a St. Ives holiday not knowing anything about this open day and was disappointed to find I had missed the event by 45 minutes. Will you be repeating the open day in the future?
    Regards, Colin

  3. Gregory Louis A. Chilcote

    I want to spend some time relaxing and contemplating contemplation in such a place…

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