Hui Zhao

5 -11 March 2014

  • Hui Zhao was born in Nanning ,China on 26/04/1986, studied for an MBA (Master’s Degree) at the University of Gloucestershire and is currently working in London.
  • He is an enthusiast of photography, especially landscapes, natural and built. He had two successful exhibitions in China and achieved awards in overseas photography competitions.He has been taking photos from a very young age.
  • Hui has had the wonderful privilege of spending three years in the heart of the Cotswolds and has been able to travel to the four corners of the British Isles in different seasons. Inevitably his love affair with British landscapes also include an interest in the great history of the country.Whilst travelling he has looked for the monster in Loch Ness, and has seen the wide high Peak District, the historic Black Country, Kent the Garden of England, the marvellous coastline of the South Coast, the furthest point of the West Country , beautiful Northern Ireland and unbeatable Wales etc.
  • Through membership of National Trust and English Heritage he has been given the greatest opportunity to visit over hundreds of historic properties and areas of natural beauty.
  • While showing overseas visitors to different parts of China he had the opportunity to take photos of the wild country, and historic and modern cities. Photos in the exhibition were taken during trips to edge of the Tibetan foothills, the Karst landscape of southern China and the eastern Water Towns.
  • The exhibition celebrates the history and beauty of two very different countries. It presents a personal perspective seen through one pair of eyes .

Open Daily 10am – 5pm

Entry Free

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The Gardens were originally developed in the early 1800's and its centrepiece is the Bandstand.

Facing the Bandstand is the Proscenium Building where we now have our Gallery.

Follow for a history of the gardens and for information about Friends of the Bandstand and Gardens(FOMBAG).


  1. There is wheelchair access to the gallery from the path between the tennis courts and the gallery.
  2. For exhibitors delivering their work, there is a locked bollard to be removed at the gardens entrance. See link below for details.
  3. Unfortunately, there is no disabled parking in the gardens.
  4. Exhibitors should take care to design their exhibition layout with wheelchair use in mind.

For full information about accessibility, please follow this link:


 Typical annual foot-fall is 22000.

If we take out the impact of Festivals then the weekly average is 400 per week.

This varies according to the variables of weather, social media, networking, number of artists, and the appeal of the Exhibition


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