Cafe’s art evening to raise funds for Jago

Simon Williams at the Evergreen Art Cafe is organising a charity cheese, wine and art evening in aid of The Jago Worrall Foundation, together with the support of local traders, who are donating prizes to an auction to be staged  at the event,'Pictured: Simon Vincent, Simon Williams, Gail Holbeche, Stephen Williams & Nikki Elsmore.
Simon Williams at the Evergreen Art Cafe is organising a charity cheese, wine and art evening in aid of The Jago Worrall Foundation, together with the support of local traders, who are donating prizes to an auction to be staged at the event,'Pictured: Simon Vincent, Simon Williams, Gail Holbeche, Stephen Williams & Nikki Elsmore.

The Evergreen Art Cafe has teamed up with the Daventry Express to organise an art, wine and music evening for The Jago Worrall Foundation.

The event will take place on Thursday next week alongside a charity auction which will be raising funds to help two-year-old Jago from Welton.

The toddler was left with severe brain injuries following an accident at the family home where he nearly drowned.

After the family are now raising funds to help aid his recovery.

As well as wine that can be won on the night prizes include a golf day for four people at Hellidon Lakes Golf and Spa, £40 in vouchers for Buddies in Daventry, a pair of tickets to Northampton Town, family entry to Heritage Motor Museum in Gaydon and West Midland Safari Park as well as a Crystal Reiki treatment courtesy of Jackie Lammin. There is also clothing from Harpers Boutique, flying lessons from Aeros, art classes with leading UK artist Sarah Graham and treatments from The Beauty Spot.

The evening will see a collection of limited edition and original art on display and an appearance by pop artist Ryan Hadley, wine tasting in association with Waitrose and local audio equipment company, Audible Fidelity are providing the music on the night.

All monies raised in donations on the door, the auction itself plus 10% of any art or audio equipment sales made on the night will go to the Jago Worrall Foundation,

Entrance to the event is free although donations on the door are encouraged. It runs from 7pm to 9.30pm.