Winston Churchill, Tapeley Park. A Gesar and Art-Minerva CelebrationArt-Minerva in association with the Gesar Foundation are to stage the first of which we hope to become an annual event.
Tapeley Park, the home of the Gesar Foundation is to be the venue of an art auction and family fun day out. The date set is April 24th 2010.
Tapeley Park for those who do not know, is in Instow, Devon. The art auction, with works from artists with international reputations will start at 6pm and will benefit the people of Haiti and Aquilla
Come and join us for a fun day that is to include many activities and meet several of the humaitarians who work for the benefit of others that the world might be a better place. Gesar principles in action Through the great efforts of Magdalena Rutkowska and the art minerva charity there will be opportunities to meet and work with the Royal artist lady Hamilton and to participate in a churchill portrait competition to be judged by Lady Hamilton, Churchills grand-daughter, Magdalena and a surprise noble.
We encourage the people and local businnesses of Devon to participate in the days events to promote friendship in the aid of those less fortunate whilst stimulating growth for the community and putting Bideford on the map as a community that cares
WE ARE PROUD TO PRESENT A VERY SPECIAL VIRTUOSO
Dorian Griner a brilliant international pianist will be performing at 8pm after the auction. This is a unique opportunity to experience an exhilerating performance by one of the worlds best
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