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Successful show switches to Watton

PUBLISHED: 08:04 24 September 2008 | UPDATED: 11:03 08 July 2010

AFTER his very successful show at The Gallery in Dereham, where sales of his work raised £470 for the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, Peter Samson has moved his exhibition to the Dragonfly Centre at Wayland House, Watton where it will be on display from today until October 1.

AFTER his very successful show at The Gallery in Dereham, where sales of his work raised £470 for the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, Peter Samson has moved his exhibition to the Dragonfly Centre at Wayland House, Watton where it will be on display from today until October 1.

“The collection of photographs, paintings and wood-turning is absolutely stunning', said Jan Godfrey, Chair of the Wayland Partnership, 'and we hope that it will raise a similar amount for this very good cause.'

Peter's exhibition is one of a large and varied programme of exhibitions and events at the Dragonfly Centre which celebrates and promotes the wealth of talent in the Wayland area in particular, and across the whole of Norfolk. Gifts and cards by a number of local artists are available for sale in the Dragonfly Centre.


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