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Kerseys exhibition to raise hundreds for two Suffolk charities

PUBLISHED: 15:29 13 February 2018 | UPDATED: 17:35 13 February 2018

Arriving in Lesvos by Anthony Wooding, which is up for sale for charity in the Kerseys exhibition. Picture: ANTHONY WOODING

Arriving in Lesvos by Anthony Wooding, which is up for sale for charity in the Kerseys exhibition. Picture: ANTHONY WOODING

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Two Ipswich artists are set to help raise hundreds of pounds for two good causes with the sale of their paintings next month.

The Guardian by Jenny george is featuring in the Kerseys exhibition, where the work will be sold to raise cash for charity. Picture: JENNY GEORGE The Guardian by Jenny george is featuring in the Kerseys exhibition, where the work will be sold to raise cash for charity. Picture: JENNY GEORGE

Anthony Wooding, who is also Kerseys solicitors managing partner, and Jenny George have each put a painting up for sale, with bids starting at £330.

Mr Wooding’s painting Arriving at Lesvos will support Suffolk Refugee Support, while The Guardian by Jenny George will raise funds for Suffolk Lowland Search and Rescue.

The works are on display as part of a free exhibition at Kerseys in Lloyds Avenue, which features 20 works by the artists.

Bids can be made from this Friday and closes at 5pm on March 30, where the winning bids will be announced on April 1.

To make a bid email anthony.wooding@kerseys.co.uk.

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