Artist Lynne Castell to showcase work at Weston church

PUBLISHED: 15:00 21 November 2017

Lynne Castell (centre) with Sue Philpott and Linda Faulkner.

Lynne Castell (centre) with Sue Philpott and Linda Faulkner.

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An exhibition of Lynne Castell’s work will be held at a Weston church this weekend.

Paintings, jewellery and more will be on sale on Saturday.

There will also be plenty of Christmas gift ideas available to purchase, along with greeting cards.

Refreshments will be served throughout and a charity raffle will also take place.

Vision 4 Skills, which helps give people their confidence back to help them back to work, and English Conversation will benefit from the money raised.

The two organisations are St Paul’s Church’s charities and were selected as that is where the exhibition will be held.

The art pieces will be on show on Saturday from 10am-4pm at the church in Walliscote Road.

For more information about the event, call Lynne on 01934 628760 or log on to www.lynnecastell.f2s.com

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