Coffee Tree Xperience art exhibition raises funds for Wisbech St Mary Church restoration

Coffee Tree director Jo Goude, watercolour painter Marilyn Hyde and former chairman of Wisbech St Ma

Coffee Tree director Jo Goude, watercolour painter Marilyn Hyde and former chairman of Wisbech St Mary Parish Council Brian Payne. - Credit: Archant

The Coffee Tree Xperience in Guyhirn held an art exhibition to raise funds for the restoration of Wisbech St Mary Church.

The week-long display included pieces by watercolour painter Marilyn Hyde and March photographer Ronnie Fletcher.

There was also a selection of pictures and paintings for sale, with a portion of profits being donated to the Wisbech St Mary Church Restoration Fund.

Organiser Jill Goude said: “It went very well but we didn’t get a great deal of funding from it.

“Paintings were sold and we have another exhibition on the first weekend of September to raise funds for the church.”


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