Artwork of Gosport cancer support centre users on show

ON SHOW Members of the art group at the Harbour Cancer Support Centre staged an exhibition of their work at Holy Trinity Church in Gosport. From left, Heather Davison, Rachel Smith and her niece Annabelle Tweed. Picture: Ian Hargreaves (14483-1)
ON SHOW Members of the art group at the Harbour Cancer Support Centre staged an exhibition of their work at Holy Trinity Church in Gosport. From left, Heather Davison, Rachel Smith and her niece Annabelle Tweed. Picture: Ian Hargreaves (14483-1)

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TALENTED artist Heather Davison was delighted to have her work on show at a church in Gosport.

Heather, 65, suffers from an inoperable brain tumour and was one of many people using the services of Harbour Cancer Support Centre who put their work on display at Holy Trinity Church in Gosport.

She said: ‘It’s a bit of escapism from the big problems you’ve got to deal with health-wise. It helps ever such a lot, it’s an excellent place. Absolutely excellent.’

Heather, of Gosport, was diagnosed with the tumour in February last year and has been going to Harbour Cancer since March.

Her husband Dave, 68, said: ‘She’s really blossomed down at Harbour.

‘It really is a marvellous place. They’re lovely people down there. It’s like a little sanctuary.’

The exhibition at the church, in Trinity Green, will run until next week, from Wednesday to Friday, 1.30pm to 3.30pm, and from 10am to 2pm each Saturday.