Fundraising Art Auction in aid of the Honiton Admiral Nurse Campaign and the THG Learning Programme

The much anticipated art auction to benefit Honiton’s Admiral Nurse Campaign and the THG learning programme helping those with dementia will be held at Thelma Hulbert Gallery (THG) on Friday 2 March.

The 56 donated artworks are now on display at THG until 2 March. There is a wide range of paintings, prints, photographs and sculptures. Top artists are featured include nationally and internationally recognized names such as Jessica Cooper, Peter Randall-Page RA, Alan Cotton and Frances Hatch as well-known local artists.

Heather Penwarden from Honiton’s Dementia Action Alliance said,

“We are hugely grateful to the Thelma Hulbert Gallery for all their help in this charity art auction. The share that we will receive for our Admiral Nurse Fund will be extremely valuable in taking us one step closer to bringing much need support to local families living with dementia.”

Angela Blackwell, THG Curator, commented,

“We are honoured to help the Honiton Admiral Nurse campaign and hope to raise money for our learning programme too.
We welcome visitors to come and view the artworks. You can place a silent bid at the gallery or online at
The artworks are valued to suit all budgets and there are no reserve prices so please bid, you may pick up a bargain!”

Art Auction: Friday 2 March, 7pm (doors open at 6pm) in aid of Honiton’s Admiral Nurse Campaign and THG Learning Programme supporting those living with dementia.
Exhibition of donated artworks (10 February – 2 March). Open Tuesday – Saturday, 10am-5pm.

For those who would just like to go along and have a preview of the donated artwork Honiton Dementia Action Alliance are supporting a “Cream Tea Afternoon” in the Gallery on Monday 26th February 2.30 to 4.30pm. All are welcome to drop in for a cuppa with proceeds from donations going to Honiton’s Admiral Nurse Campaign.



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