Pakefield artist appeals for help from local businesses to showcase work and raise money for Help for Heroes
- Credit: Nick Butcher
An artist is appealing to local businesses to help display his work and raise money for Help for Heroes.
Ronald Hemp, of Pakefield, is making the plea as a recent burst appendix has restricted his movement and left him fatigued.
The 90-year-old has raised £1,300 for the charity since he started painting three years ago.
Mr Hemp said: 'When I started painting I thought that this could all go to some good cause.
'If there are any pubs, clubs, showrooms or auctioneers who think they could help I want them to get in touch.'
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There are 12 works available for sale including paintings of Amsterdam windmills and Barcelona Cathedral.
Mr Hemp, who cares for his wife full time, spends half an hour each morning and evening painting.
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If you would like to help Mr Hemp raise money for Help for Heroes get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org