BEVERLEY: An exhibition at Creation Fine Arts in North Bar Within has raised £250 for Dove House Hospice.
An original drawing and canvas copy of the painting Love Boat from artist Nick Matson's display Travelling Riverside Hues exhibition were offered as prizes.
Gallery owner Nigel Walker said: "Nick and I are grateful to all who took part and supported this important local cause. We hope to be able to work on behalf of the hospice again in the future to support their invaluable work with people at the end of their lives."
Becky Baynes, of Dove House Hospice, said: "Dove House is funded for the equivalent of just 48 days per year.
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"The funds for the other 317 days we raise through the wonderful support of people like Nick Matson and Creation Fine Arts.
"Nick has been incredibly generous in donating his beautiful artwork and, as art therapy is an important aspect of the work we do with patients at the hospice, it's great to be supported by those in the art community."
BEVERLEY: The town's Musical Theatre group is seeking children to audition for its summer show.
The group will be staging The Sound Of Music from June 4 to June 8. It is holding auditions on Sunday, January 6.
The minimum age for applicants is six. Visit www.beverleymusicaltheatre.co.uk and follow the auditions link to find out more.