Photographers donate profits from exhibition

THE Bradford on Avon University of the Third Age Photography Group have donated £200 to the Dorothy House Hospice at Winsley.

The U3A group made a small profit from their recent photographic exhibition at the West Barn in Bradford on Avon on September 28 and 29.

Members agreed unanimously to donate the profits to Dorothy House Hospice Care.

Jon Durrant who runs the group’s monthly meetings, presented a £200 cheque to Verity Clark, Dorothy House Hospice community fundraiser.

Mrs Clark said: “Continuing community donations are extremely important to keep the vital work of the Hospice going.

“For every pound that we receive from the Government, we have to raise a further five pounds, so we are very grateful for all donations.”

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