TOUR SAINTE ANNE
To raise funds to help a restoration project in our beautiful local town, we would like to sell you a 'Richelieu Christmas Card'.
Tour Sainte Anne is an iconic 17th century vestige of cardinal-duc Armand-Jean du Plessis' Richelieu - untouched, architecturally perfect but now dilapidated. As friends of Richelieu, we would like to ask you to help by buying this wonderful and evocative Christmas/Greetings Card.
Alan Halliday, an acclaimed professional artist who lives nearby, has kindly donated the use of his painting free of charge. The interior of the card will be blank to enable its use for Christmas but also all year-round.
|'Richelieu in the snow'|
All the profits from the sale of the card will be donated to the restoration of Tour Sainte Anne.
The restoration of the tower continues the work of Le Fonds de Dotation - Ville Cardinale which has already restored the gates at the Porte de Chinon.
The card will be quality produced with a full colour front page and supplied with an envelope included. The minimum order is for 20 cards and envelopes at £20/€26 (plus p&p if required.)
To ensure that we can get the most competitive printing costs and ensure we raise as much money for the project as possible, if you are interested, please could you give an indication of the number of cards you would like to purchase in an e-mail to Alison Kimber-Bates.
Should this idea be widely embraced, Alan Halliday has a number of other wonderful images that could be used to create further greeting cards. We would like to encourage other local artists to also consider donating the reproduction rights of their images to be used to fundraise for this and other projects in the future.
If you know anyone who you think would like to purchase these cards, please feel free to forward this e-mail to them and help us to restore the Tour Sainte Anne. If you could indicate how many cards you would like, that would be very helpful so that we can get the order placed.
We look forward to hearing back from you to place your order.
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