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This Autumn, the National Brain Appeal returns for the fourth year with an incredible fundraising exhibition, A Letter in Mind.
The exhibition uses the starting point of a simple envelope to develop this year’s theme, ‘A Sense of Place’.
What is ‘A Sense of Place’? ‘A Sense of Place’ can be understood somewhere that holds special meaning personally, socially, historically or geographically – or even simply as a feeling. People may also relate ‘place’ to their identity, character and how they engage with their environment. This exhibition features over 340 envelope artworks from artists including Grayson Perry, Harry Pye, Gill Rocca, Natasha Kidd, Frank Kiely, Chris Haughton, Polly Dunbar, Laurie Chetwood and comedians Kevin Eldon and Jo Brand. Artworks will be on sale for £85 each and all proceeds from sales will go towards funding projects at the National Hospital.