Art sales to help Philippine orphanage

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Café Connect in Fraserburgh are over half way through a art exhibition in which part of the proceeds are going to Sefton Village Orphanage in the Philippines. also known as Helga Mosey Children’s’ Home.

The home accepts local children if the Parents are unable to look after them.

The children stay under the care of the Orphanage staff, until the parents are able to cope with them and where this is not possible, the child is offered up for International adoption.

Money raised will go towards basic needs which are feeding bottles, milk, pillows, bed linen and nappies.

The Exhibition runs until May 5 and is open weekdays - 9.15am until 3.15pm.

Check out - www.visitfraserburgh.com for this and other events.

The photography, the pictures and cards on display are at affordable prices

Pictured: Gladys and Johanne Murray enjoying the current Exhibition of Art and Photography at Café Connect, 66 Broad Street, Fraserburgh.