The Winchester Portrait Exhibition took place in April this year and raised over £10,000 for three local charities, The Murray Parish Trust, Friends of PICU and Winchester Cathedral. The exhibition, organised by artist, Nadine Collinson and photographer Michael Butters, showcased over one hundred portrait photographs at The Great Hall in Winchester. Featuring both Sarah Parish and James Murray (co-founders of the Trust) the photographs were of people who have made an impression on local life through their work and activities. The Murray Parish Trust were presented with a cheque for £3609.34 at a presentation evening at Lainston House, with the same amounts going to Winchester Cathedral and Friends of PICU.
Missed the exhibition?
All the photographs are still available in the amazing Winchester Portrait Exhibition book. The portraits are printed with accompanying biographies of all the subjects. Please contact us if you would like a copy (all proceeds go to the three charities) Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Murray Parish Trust were utterly thrilled at the exhibition to receive an anonymous donation to the charity for £10,000 – Thank you to our ‘wonderful supporter’.
James Murray gave a short speech at the preview for the exhibition thanking all involved and our anonymous donor!
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