CRAMP (Crediton Rural Arts & Music Project) is currently inactive.
This website is now an archive of CRAMP's activities between 2004 and 2014.
Lots of love and many thanks to everyone that was involved in organising or supporting CRAMP over the years!


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ABOUT CRAMP

Crediton Rural Arts & Music Project is a not-for-profit organisation that aims to increase the range of opportunities for local people to be involved in music and the arts, and to help enable the results to be presented to a wider audience.
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FORTHCOMING EVENTS





Pottery by Claerwen Evans

NEWS

  • The Swamp Gods release 'Space Junk' The Swamp Gods release 'Space Junk'
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  • News & opportunities for visual artists from Redearth Studios
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  • Female Vocalist Wanted
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  • Art studios available To Let / Gallery For Hire
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  • Are you male? Like to sing? Then Crediton World Music Choir needs you! Are you male? Like to sing? Then Crediton World Music Choir needs you!
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  • What do YOU think of CRAMP?
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Pottery by Doug Fitch

DIRECTORY

CRAMP aims to help local musicians and artists to meet each other.

Our Online Directory is a growing resource which contains details of musicians and artists from the Crediton area, as well as other groups and individuals working in relevant fields.


To search the Directory, use either of the methods below:
Search by name :
Search by category :

To have details of you or your group added to the Directory, please send us an email or fill in the online form on our contact page.

CONTACT

We need your views on what CRAMP should be doing!
What would you like to see on the website? Want your details to be added to the contact directory?

Send us an email:
info@crampdevon.org

Or fill in our Online Response Form by clicking here...
CRAMP Compilation CD - Design by Stone Sculpture by Andrew Vaccari