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10 Nov 2021

West London Action for Children Hosts Charity Art Exhibition at Television Centre

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West London Action for Children (WLAC) is hosting its annual art exhibition Postcards Anon at 2 Television Centre on 9-11th November, with an open public invitation.

In its eleventh year, the exhibition offers a collection of original works of art created and donated by supporters of West London Action for Children – from famous artists, celebrities including broadcaster Jon Snow, singer Sophie Ellis Bextor and author Alan Johnson and members of the public. Each artwork is available for a standard suggested donation and all proceeds will go directly towards the work of WLAC. Presenting the artworks anonymously means attendees can potentially leave with an original famous artist’s piece.

WLAC offers a range of counselling and therapy services for children in need, and their families, in the London boroughs of Hammersmith & Fulham and Kensington & Chelsea. WLAC listens to families and supports them in using their own skills and resources to address problems and make changes in their lives.

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