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Keeping Abreast Portrait Exhibition

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08 March – 09 March 2016

KAPE is a collection of professional photographic portraits of women who are at different stages of breast reconstruction, following breast cancer or preventative surgery.

It has been a two year project by Norfolk photographer Julia Holland working with the charity. They approached willing models who were keen to share their own experiences to help others in similar situations.

Your free ticket is valid for either day and multiple visits. To book your ticket please visit:

Please note: An associated talk ( Check Yourself Out: Recognising the Signs of Breast Cancer ) will take place in the exhibition space on Wednesday 9th March, 1.30 – 2.30pm, during which time the exhibition will be closed to public viewing. If you would like to attend this free talk please book your place at

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