An exhibition of art produced by members of the Headway East Lothian group has been praised by local MP Martin Whitfield.

The Outdoor to Indoor art project saw members work with Linda McCann of Canndhu Productions, to explore both rural and urban areas, taking impressions through sound, memory, photos and physical reminders.

The art produced during the project is now on display at Dunbar Town House Museum and Gallery until Friday 28th June (1pm to 5pm every day).

Speaking about the exhibition, Martin Whitfield MP said:

“Headway East Lothian is a great local charity which offers vital information, support and services to people with a brain injury, their families and carers, It undertakes a range of engaging projects with members, including this recent Outdoor to Indoor art project.

“I was delighted to drop into the gallwery at the Town House and view the wonderful new exhibition which came out of the project. There is some really brilliant artwork on display and I would recommend people get along and see it before the 28th June.” 

Find out more about the exhibition and Headway East Lothian’s wider work at www.headway-eastlothian.org.uk/