Brighton Oasis Project's Christmas Art Auction!

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Brighton Oasis Project has been supporting women with drug / alcohol problems for 20 years. With our structured, gender-specific support, women are able to  overcome  addiction and work towards a life free from drugs and alcohol. Over 500 women each year come through BOP's services and though addiction is a chronic and relapsing condition, we are proud to say that a high proportion of those women do complete treatment successfully.

BOP offers a free creche so that children  have a safe space to play and learn while their parents access treatment. We also provide 1:1 therapy for children and and young people affected by substance misuse in the family. We support over 200 children every year.

Only half of the services that we deliver are paid for via local government funding. For the rest, we rely upon voluntary donations and the support of our local community. 

BOP has launched a special Christmas online art auction following a generous donation by art collector Julian Mathews, of 'Put Up Or Shut Up' online art gallery. We hope you will consider bidding on a piece or two as part of your Christmas shopping this year. What a fantastic way to give back this festive season.

Thank you.
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Angelique Appears
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Closer to Heaven (Red)
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Original Painting by George Hinton
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La Pera
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Closer to Heaven (Black)
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A Moment Of Clarity
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Swing/Angel (Red)
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Swing/Angel (Silver)
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Swing/Angel (Gold)
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Untitled Collage
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CHCP
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My Many faces in your eyes
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It's The Echo Of The Call That Stops Me In My Trac
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In The Sea; Headless Days
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Eastern Promise
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Original Painting by South African Artist, Vernon
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Blue Kid
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