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[p]*PLEASE LEAVE YOUR NAME WHEN DONATING - IF NOT YOUR DONATION WILL BE ANONYMOUS & NOT VALID*[/p][p]*We will publish a list of winners at 6pm on Saturday 19th September. Winners will have 2 weeks to contact us with a UK address for the prize to be sent to.*[/p][p]The Norwich Print Fair is excited to announce our Mini-Print Raffle which runs from Monday 7th to Saturday 19th September 2020. All of the Mini Prints are featured on the main [url=https://www.norwichprintfair.co.uk/exhibitors/]Norwich Print Fair[/url] website and you will also be able to see the prints displayed in the window of [url=https://www.circlespace-norwich.com/]Circle Space[/url] on St Augustines Street, Norwich. Tickets are only £1 to be in with a chance to win a brilliant print from one of our 29 talented print-makers. All proceeds will be donated to [url=https://stmartinshousing.org.uk/]St Martins Housing Trust[/url]. St Martins is a local charity and has supported homeless people in Norwich and Norfolk for over 40 years.[/p][p][b]The Norwich Print Fair Raffle : Terms & Conditions:[/b][/p][p][b] - Please enter your name when donating - we will publish a list of winners at 6pm on Saturday 19th September. Winners will have 2 weeks to contact us with a UK address for the prize to be sent to.[/b][/p][p][b] - Due to the uncertainties around international postage entrants must have a UK address that the prize can be sent to should you win.[/b][/p][p][b] - Tickets are £1 each which will result in one entry to the raffle (i.e if you buy £10 worth of tickets your name will be entered 10 times)[/b][/p][p][b] - The deadline for buying a ticket is 2pm on Saturday 19th September 2020. Any entries after that will be considered donations.[/b][/p][p][b] - The raffle will be drawn at 5pm on Saturday 19th September.[/b][/p][p][b] - We will also draw 5 ‘reserve’ names for use in the event that any initial winners are unable to claim their prize.[/b][/p][p]2020 is going to be the year of cancelled plans and postponed events. 2020 was also meant to be the 25th anniversary of The Norwich Print Fair.[/p][p]In this sea of disappointment and heart-ache, for event organisers and exhibitors, and with the anxiety of not knowing what the right thing to do is, the Committee who organize the NPF have made the decision to reschedule this years event. Rest assured however that this is not a ‘cancellation’ but a ‘postponement’ and it will still be the 25th Norwich Print Fair next year in 2021 so we hope you will come and celebrate with us then, where we will have an exciting schedule of talks and demonstrations and a commemorative book and also a special NPF beer![/p][p]Having started a lot of the planning for this year, the Committee is now tasked with adapting ideas to this situation. As such, we are still running the mini print raffle. This will give a great taster of what to expect in next years event - show casing exhibitors work and hopefully engaging new and old support. Monies raised from the raffle will go to support local charity, St Martins Housing Trust. The Mini-Print Raffle will run from Monday 7th to Saturday 19th September 2020.[/p][p]You will be able to see the prints displayed in the window of Circle Space on St Augustines Street and also online through the Norwich Print Fair Website. The deadline for buying tickets is 2pm on Saturday 19th September.[/p][p]Tickets are only £1 to be in with a chance to win a brilliant print from one of our talented exhibitors: Rob Barnes, Laura White, Sarah Bays, HJ Jackson, Louise Bird, Diana Ashdown, Laurie Rudling, Elaine Nason, Helen Maxfield, Paula White, Sally Hirst, Martin Mitchell, Jane Kemp, Anthony Dunigan, Liz Taunt, Zoe Howard, Lauren Blunt, David Jones, Colin Johnson, Vicki Johnson, Jayne McConnell, Bev Coraldean, Paul McNeill, Paul Bommer, Rich Horne, Neil Bousfield, Maria Pavledis, Jo Stafford & Vanessa Lubach.[/p][p]The Norwich Print Fair has grown to become one of the best loved and largest independent selling shows of its kind in East Anglia. Every September, the fair brings together many of East Anglia’s finest printmakers, displaying a wide variety of hand-made print techniques in St Margarets Church on St Benedicts Street in Norwich. [url=http://www.norwichprintfair.co.uk]www.norwichprintfair.co.uk[/url][/p][p]St Martins helps homeless people, and those at risk, by offering them a hand up. We nurture their self esteem and trust in other people. We empower them to make positive choices. To some, we are a lifelong solution. To others, we are a stepping stone to rebuilding their lives. St Martins is a local charity and we have supported people in Norwich and Norfolk for over 40 years. [url=https://stmartinshousing.org.uk/]https://stmartinshousing.org.uk/[/url][/p][p]Circle Space, a new gallery and adaptable space for hire designed for exhibitions, pop-ups, workshops and meet-ups in the north of Norwich. It aims to provide a professional and comfortable environment for the creative community to present their work to the public. Circle space also curates programme of exhibitions and events throughout the year promoting local and visiting artists. [url=https://www.circlespace-norwich.com/]https://www.circlespace-norwich.com/[/url][/p][p][br][/p][p][br][/p]
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I am donating as this year has been turned upside down and today is a wonderful person’s birthday and we can’t be together, so we are looking at the mini prints “together”. louisethemaker (on Instagram)