Artists on the ball with debut exhibition
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Norwich City footballers are being shown off in an unlikely setting this week – an art exhibition.
The rather depressed-looking trio are pictured in the dressing room at Carrow Road – alongside Wells beach huts, spring flowers and village churches.
The exhibition is the debut show of the Fakenham Trinity Art Group which was formed three years ago by Trish Homan and nine like-minded friends.
It now has 27 members, the majority of whom have submitted work to the exhibition in Fakenham parish church.
The group meets every other Tuesday in the Trinity Room of the church.
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The exhibition can be viewed
from 10am until 6pm until
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tomorrow, and visitors are encouraged to vote for their favourite piece of art.
For more on the group, call Mrs Homan on 01328 862173.
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