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Older people in Keighley will be able to check out the work of a local artist as well as enjoy a free lunch next week during an open day.
Staveley Court Day Centre in Staveley Road, Ingrow, is inviting people aged 55 and over, their families and anyone who works with older people to take a look around the facilities on February 28 and see the activities available.
Among the attractions will be a display of artwork by Barbara Ritchie, who attends Staveley Court. Barbara’s work features familiar local scenes, such as the the Brontë Parsonage, as well as more far-flung landscapes like the Mediterranean.
Visitors will be able to purchase the individually signed pictures, the proceeds of which will go towards the day centre’s fundraising efforts.
Doors open from 11am to 1.30pm, and visitors will receive a free light lunch. (Via Keighley News)