Posted 31st January 2014
Watts Contemporary Gallery
Overnight on Saturday 1 February, Watts Gallery will be hosting The Sleep Easy Sleepout in aid of the Life Change Fund. A group will be sleeping rough for the night to raise awareness of youth homelessness and significant funds for the Life Change Fund.
The individuals taking part in The Sleep Easy Sleepout include Dr Helen Bowcock, High Sheriff of Surrey; Matthew Bowcock; Diana Roberts, Tourist Information Centre; Jane Lyons, The Keep, Castle Street; Chris Burchell, Guildford Borough Council; Steve Cotney, Centre Manager for White Lion Walk; Martin Giles, Guildford Dragon News; Martin Whiteman, rhw Solicitors; Jannie Vermeulen and Herman Bosman, South African Congregation; Pete Brayne, CEO of Guildford YMCA; Val Brayne, and Watts Gallery Director, Perdita Hunt.
Click here for more information about the Sleep Easy Sleepout or to donate to this very worthy cause.