Original Ed Sheeran artwork
to be auctioned to help cancer care

Suffolk & global star Ed Sheeran

Suffolk & global star Ed Sheeran

Those who came to Art For Cure at Glemham Hall in Suffolk in 2016 may recall there were a host of celebrity artworks up for auction, including a cat doodle from international singer/songwriter Ed Sheeran.

The generous owner of this artwork has recently donated it back to Art For Cure to allow them to fundraise further. This opportunity saw the team back in the beautiful house at Glemham Hall last month, where the story of Ed's unique artwork was filmed by the BBC for one of their upcoming episodes of Flog It! 

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The Flog It! team were very excited by being in Suffolk with local lad Ed's art available for auction. It was explained that all the money raised from its sale was going to Art For Cure and further add to the £175,000 that was raised at Glemham Hall over the first May bank holiday weekend last year.

Signed by Ed and dated 2016, this very special art is not dedicated to anyone specific, making it a perfect collectable for any Ed Sheeran fan, of which there are now millions, following his global chart success!

If you live near Suffolk the artwork will be auctioned at Clarke & Simpson's auction centre in Campsea Ashe on 15th March, with the Flog It! team filming the event. If you are unable to attend but would like to bid on this unique artwork click on the link below to bid online. The highest bidder will not only own a unique piece of art by Ed, but help raise vital funds for the care and cure of breast cancer. 

Emma Lloyd, Director of Art For Cure said "We are delighted to have the opportunity to further fund raise through the charming artwork Ed so kindly produced and donated to Art For Cure. Not only is this a unique opportunity for someone to own a hugely collectable item from Suffolk's own global superstar, the sale of the art work will allow us to fund further projects supporting the care and cure of breast cancer."


Click here to bid online


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