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Cards for good causes on sale at library




Charity christmas cards at Sudbury library. Including designs from local artists''Pictured: Local artist Ailsa Lyn and staff ANL-161025-191511009
Charity christmas cards at Sudbury library. Including designs from local artists''Pictured: Local artist Ailsa Lyn and staff ANL-161025-191511009

Artist Ailsa Lyn is pictured holding her painting of Sudbury which has been selected for the town’s charity Christmas card this year.

Entitled ‘Crisp December - Brundon Lane’, the card is on sale at the Sudbury Christmas card sale at Sudbury Library on Market Hill, selling a selection of cards on behalf of 250 charities, including East Anglian Air Ambulance, St Nicholas Hospice Care and Suffolk Wildlife Trust.

Staffed by a team of local volunteers - some pictured here with Ailsa - the pop-up shop is part of a network of 300 temporary shops run by Cards for Good Causes, a national charity. According to the organisation, in the past 10 years, charities have received more than £40 million from Cards for Good Causes.

Shop manager Lucy Fry said: “Buying charity cards is one of the simplest ways to support good causes.”



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