An art exhibition gets underway today (Sunday) in a unique environment, within the six foot thick walls of a Second World War bunker.
It sinks nearly forty feet below the ground and gives fifteen artists from the Westcountry the opportunity to display their work in a gallery like no other. Bob Cruwys went along to the bunker near Salcombe in South Devon.
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