The Cheddar Arts Walking Trail is set for early May bank holiday.

It will take place from Saturday, May 4 to Monday, May 6.

This free tour of Cheddar offers the opportunity to explore work of 28 local artists displayed across exhibits.

Galleries and studios will be open over the course of the three days, from 10.30am to 4.30pm.

The exhibition covers a variety of creative media, including paintings, jewellery, ceramics and photography.

Pieces range in style and function, providing options for a broad spectrum of tastes and budgets.

Somerset County Gazette: It will take place from Saturday, May 4 to Monday, May 6

In addition to exploring art, participants can also enjoy the charm of the Somerset village.

The trail includes sights such as the ancient market cross, St Andrew’s Church, Tweentown, and the Strawberry Line path.

Attendees can also appreciate the River Yeo, which flows from the picturesque Cheddar Gorge.

Numerous workshops will be conducted during the event.

Additionally, refreshments, a second-hand bookstall and a plant sale in aid of charity will be available.

Regardless of the conditions, a warm reception is assured for all attendees.

Free parking is available across the village.

The car park at the base of the gorge is close to the first venue, the Arts Quarter.

Brochures detailing the trail, pubs, cafes and venues are available at the Arts Quarter or on the website