Buriton Art Trail was started by Jill and Paul Martin holding an Open Day at their studio at Grantchester House in Bones Lane in 2010. In 2011 Steve Atkins contributed some garden sculptures placed near the Martin's driveway and by 2012 Fran Vesey had started holding art classes at the Five Bells and many more villagers and associates contributed to a village art trail that included the Grantchester House Studio, the Morgue at the Five Bells, the Seward Room at the Church and Hoploft House garden off Bones Lane.
More recently venues have included Tim Concannon's extraordinary Garden Room (once a regional finalist in TV's "Shed of the Year" competition), the Village Hall, Highcroft Pottery exhibition in Bones Lane and Ted Underwood's craft from the woods on Pond Green.
After successful shows in 2017 and 2018, a new approach is being planned for 2019. The Art Trail will become an Art Circuit and a Friday night Preview Event will be held in the Manor Barn. Watch this space and the events listing on this website for further details.