Out and About: Mordens Art Trail

Back for a second year, this February why not take a trip around the villages of Guilden Morden and Steeple Morden, and enjoy the Art Trail?

It is hard to imagine that this time last year, we were all living under a strict lockdown and only allowed out for a limited period.

It was then that artist Gina Ferrari had the idea to create an Art Trail around Guilden and Steeple Morden.

Over 50 households took part, displaying works of art in their windows and gardens.
We are delighted to hear that the Art Trail is back in 2022.

Throughout the two villages, amateur and professional artists, both young and old, will be displaying art in their windows and gardens throughout the month of February. We are very excited to hear that Guilden Morden Primary School will be taking part this year.
Look out for all forms of artwork, from paintings to sculpture, photography to textiles… anything goes.

The trail will also raise funds for the Garden House Hospice, where a Steeple Morden resident was cared for in his final days. Last year, Mike Capay was one of the first people to sign up for and support the art trail with his work ‘Blind to Beauty’, despite being very ill with pancreatic cancer. Sadly Mike died in the spring of last year.
Donations can be made at www.justgiving.com/fundraising/mordensarttrail

Art trail maps will be available to download from the Facebook page, and on display in each village.

And whilst you’re walking round these pretty South Cambs villages, why not support the local pubs and enjoy a drink or meal?
We would recommend checking ahead to be sure that the venue is open and whether food is being served.
The Waggon and Horses, Steeple Morden
The Three Tuns, Guilden Morden, which also has a range of art on display www.thethreetunsguilden.co.uk
Edward VII, Guilden Morden 01763 852473

To find out more and download the Art Trail map, visit and join: www.facebook.com/groups/mordensarttrail
Mordens Art Trail, 1st – 28th February, throughout Guilden and Steeple Morden