Work by Headway Suffolk service users to be exhibited at Kesgrave Arts from October 24-28

Prince Harry looks over art work created by people at Headway Suffolk's centre in Ipswich. Picture:

Prince Harry looks over art work created by people at Headway Suffolk's centre in Ipswich. Picture: HEADWAY SUFFOLK - Credit: Archant

An exhibition displaying art created by people with a brain injury or neurological condition has opened at a Kesgrave studio.

The show will run from October 24-28 at Kesgrave Arts, 83 Main Road, and will feature 20 creative pieces of work by people helped by Headway Suffolk.

The studio is owned by South African-born artist Theronda Hoffman, who has been a keen supporter of the charity for a number of years.

Theronda has even had a device called ‘Hoffman Art Grip’ constructed to help people with problems following a brain injury with their grip and control.

The pictures on display at the exhibition will be available for purchase.

Prince Harry viewed and discussed art work by clients during his visit to Headway in Ipswich in July and autographed some of their work.

Headway Suffolk supports 250 adults a week with rehabilitation and therapy at its hubs, in the community and at home.