The official launch of Guide Dogs’ Amazing Partnership exhibition, sponsored by Specsavers, sees stunning pictures of top celebrity icons showcased at London’s beautiful Haunch of Venison Gallery, Burlington Gardens on Friday 5th and Saturday 6th November.
Celebrities supporting the event include Gary Lineker, Amanda Holden and John Prescott who said of Guide Dogs: “The work that Guide Dogs does helping people of all ages lead more independent lives is really inspirational and I’m very pleased to be part of an exhibition which is helping to raise both awareness and funds for what they do.”
Guide Dogs has commissioned Adrian Houston, one of the UK’s most talented and successful photographers, to take the striking shots – which beautifully capture the amazing partnership each celebrity icon shares with their dog.
The Guide Dogs’ Amazing Partnership exhibition, sponsored by Specsavers, is a one-off event which allows members of the public to visit the exhibition and bid on exclusive celebrity photographs. Vital funds raised from the auction will help Guide Dogs reach the target of building 800 new amazing partnerships between guide dogs and their owners in 2011.
Colette Craddock, Guide Dogs Amazing Partnership Exhibition manager, said: “We’re delighted we’ve had so much interest in the exhibition already, with such fantastic celebrity icons stepping forward to support Guide Dogs. We’ve made it easy for anyone to support the event by popping along or by calling our number to bid. We’re hoping the images showing the partnership between celebrities and their dogs will draw attention to the importance of the partnership between guide dogs and their owners.”
The images will be auctioned on the evening of November 4th to help Guide Dogs reach the target of building 800 new amazing partnerships between guide dogs and their owners in 2011 you can even preview the photos and bid on-line. Online bidding closes on the 2nd November so hurry!
For more details about the exhibition please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0118 983 835