Both days were complete sell outs with thousands of visitors attending Sheffield’s Art In The Gardens with many stallholders reporting bumper sales.
Over 300 amateur and professional artists were displaying their work alongside craftspeople of numerous disciplines.
Sheffield’s Graysons Solicitors – who returned as premier sponsor of the event for the fifth year running – enjoyed record breaking numbers entering their children’s art competition.
Peter Clark, managing partner at Graysons, said: “We’ve had the privilege of being involved in Art in The Gardens since 2019 and this year must surely rank as one of the best. It was a real pleasure to be able to help stage such an important event in the city’s arts’ calendar once again. It’s a wonderful celebration of the outstanding talent in the region.”
Art In The Gardens is widely recognised as the largest event of its kind in the region.
Visitors included Sheffield Lord Mayor and Phil Oakey of the Human League.
Graysons Solicitors specialise in property, family law, lifetime planning, private wealth, wills, estates and trusts, elderly client services, personal injury, occupational illness and clinical negligence.
The law firm first formed in 1925 and currently employs around 65 staff.
Graysons are situated at Courtwood House, Silver Street Head, Sheffield S1 2DD. They also have offices in Chesterfield and Hathersage.
More information from: www.graysons.co.uk