Cawston pub art event boosts Sue Ryder charity

An art event at the Ratcatchers pub in Cawston this weekend, featuring the work of local man Phil Daniels, is helping the Sue Ryder charity.

A exhibition of paintings and demonstrations by Mr Daniels, whose work has been show at the Mall Gallery in London, is supporting the cause which supports people with life-changing illnesses.

Mr Daniels, a cancer sufferer himself who lost his mother to the disease three years ago, is also raffling off a new limited print of a baby tiger for the cause.

A meal for two at the pub is also among the prizes over the September 24-25 weekend, when Phil will also be painting and demonstrating with a 'have a go' tuition' which is open to all ages.

Ratcatchers owner Peter McCarter said: "This is a wonderful opportunity to own one of Phil's originals, many of the paintings are at a quarter of their normal price, with donations going to this wonderful charity".

The exhibition will be open both days from 10am to 5pm.

Sue Ryder area fund-raising manager Dawne Hart said: 'We are very grateful for the support that has been shown to Sue Ryder and every penny that is raised will help us to provide compassionate care for people living with complex medical conditions.

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