Wonderful and interesting collection of art, some from well-known artists and some not so well-known. The collection is presented in a row of old cottages, which were combined to create the home of Jim Ede. The cottage is full of natural light.The art collection is in situ, just as left by Jim Ede, together with his furniture and other artefacts. Entry is free although opening hours are limited. Visitors are invited to use the chairs and reference books. It is a very calm and atmospheric place
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