Pictures are donated to help hospice
A Brentwood photographer has donated a selection of pictures to help boost funds for a hospice.
Bart Kent, 87, from Brentwood, has given 15 photographs to St Francis Hospice’s general shop. The pictures will cost from about �6 each.
Bart, a member of Brentwood and District Photographic Club, has depicted quirky scenes. One picture entitled ‘So this is where you live’ features a model duck peeking into a birds’ nest in a bush.
All the money raised will go towards the hospice’s work to provide specialist care and support to local people affected by life-limiting illnesses.
Bart, who has been an enthusiastic volunteer at the shop for five years, said: “I’m pleased to be able to donate something that I hope will capture the imagination of children and help raise money for patient care at St Francis Hospice.”
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He added: “I enjoy every minute of volunteering at the shop.”
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