Acton Homeless Concern Benefits From Chiswick Fundraiser

Local artists donate hand-crafted pieces of their ceramics works for sale

presenttion of cheque to Acton Homeless charity


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Ian Breen of Acton Homeless Concern, Ceramic artists Beryl Yorath and Kathleen Tuffy, Paul Cooney of Horton and Garton Chiswick.

The annual W4 Ceramics Fair, which took place on Saturday 17th November, was a huge success. This one day event presented a unique opportunity to buy beautiful, hand-crafted ceramic pieces by nineteen professional, Chiswick-based artists, priced from just £5.

From the finest free decorations and small gifts to tableware and jewellery, locals uncovered fabulous pieces made right here in West London. Tea, coffee and homemade treats were on offer to purchase, all in aid of Acton Homeless Concern.

Committee member and ceramic artist Kathleen Tuffy says, “On behalf of our collective I would like to thank everyone who came along and helped support not only our endeavours but the life-saving charity that is Acton Homeless Concern. It was a lovely event – one that many Chiswick residents look forward to attending year on year. We’re very grateful to the community’s continued support. Over £750 was raised thanks to a combination of table fees, cake and tea sales and our sponsor Horton and Garton’s donation.”

Manager of Acton Homeless Concern Ian Breen noted, “This is always a busy time of year so this kind donation is gratefully received.”

December 12, 2018

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