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Aviation history and Norfolk Day mud art being auctioned off for charity

PUBLISHED: 17:24 10 July 2018 | UPDATED: 17:24 10 July 2018

Norfolk artists Ruddy Muddy (left) and Damsel Dragonfly with the RAF-themed artwork which will be auctioned off for the RAF Benevolent Fund. It was created with support from Bowthorpe-based Totally Dynamic. Picture: TOTALLY DYNAMIC

Norfolk artists Ruddy Muddy (left) and Damsel Dragonfly with the RAF-themed artwork which will be auctioned off for the RAF Benevolent Fund. It was created with support from Bowthorpe-based Totally Dynamic. Picture: TOTALLY DYNAMIC

TOTALLY DYNAMIC

Unique mud art celebrating aviation history and Norfolk Day are being auctioned off for charity.

The two original pieces, created by Norfolk artists Ruddy Muddy and Damsel Dragonfly in conjunction with Bowthorpe-based Totally Dynamic, will be sold off for good causes.

One of the images depicts aircraft and honours the RAF’s centenary which will raise money for the RAF Benevolent Fund.

The other piece of art celebrating Norfolk Day, which takes place on July 27, will be auctioned off for Home-Start Norfolk.

Both pieces were created at the Royal Norfolk Show.

Bids for the artwork need to be put in by midnight on Wednesday, July 18, by emailing info@totally-dynamic.co.uk

The RAF Benevolent Fund supports serving and former members of the RAF as well as partners and dependent children. Home-Start Norfolk provides practical help to parents with young children.


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