Charity founder’s ‘thank you’ to town gallery

MHLC-22-05-12 Charity coffee May2'Pictured, from left,Tim Mitchell ( gallery owner) with some of his artwork, Anne Jolly founder and The chief executive of SADS UK, which funds research into sudden arrhythmic death syndrome, attending  the first in a series of charity coffee mornings at the Mitchell Gallery is holding to raise funds for the cause.John Jolly, Cllr Mrs Trudy Offer -Mayor of Warwick and  Cllr Judy Falp -Mayor of Whitnash Town .
MHLC-22-05-12 Charity coffee May2'Pictured, from left,Tim Mitchell ( gallery owner) with some of his artwork, Anne Jolly founder and The chief executive of SADS UK, which funds research into sudden arrhythmic death syndrome, attending the first in a series of charity coffee mornings at the Mitchell Gallery is holding to raise funds for the cause.John Jolly, Cllr Mrs Trudy Offer -Mayor of Warwick and Cllr Judy Falp -Mayor of Whitnash Town .

A WARWICK artist who has been moved to dedicate some of his work to a charity welcomed its founder to his gallery this week.

Tom Mitchell, who owns the Mitchell Gallery in Church Street, is supporting SADS UK, which funds research into the causes of and supports those affected by sudden arrhythmic death syndrome.

And on Tuesday the charity’s chief executive and founder Anne Jolly, who lost her 16-year-old son Ashley to the condition in 1998, spent the afternoon at the gallery.

Tom has already dedicated proceeds from the sale of some of his pieces to the cause and the gallery is currently inviting people to enjoy a complimentary coffee as they view the current exhibition of paintings in coffee by Jinxy, with proceeds from painting sales and donations going towards the charity.

www.sadsuk.org