Cooking up a money spinner for Amnesty International
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A group is helping to cook up a money spinner for international charity Amnesty International.
Amnesty International Ely City Group has created a book of 44 international recipes including some from South Africa, Hungary, Jamaica and Denmark, and two donated by professional chefs Guy Harrington and Claudia Roden.
The book has been professionally printed by Burwell Press and is illustrated with pen and ink drawings by local artist and Amnesty member Barbara Grafton. It has a stunning front cover photograph which was taken by Jason Bell who photographed the christening of Prince George.
The book costs £6, or £7.50 with postage & packing, and can be bought from Barbara’s website http://www.graftonart.biz/products/amnesty.
You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org, or from Haddenham Galleries and Artes Mundi in Aldreth.
All proceeds will go to support Amnesty’s human rights campaigns.
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