If you're looking for a new picture to decorate your wall, then look no further. A photographer based in Cardiff has decided to use his talent to raise funds for JDRF. Tony Batey, whose partner’s son has type 1 diabetes, has decided to donate £10 from each sale of his limited edition print run of the Wales Millennium Stadium to JDRF, and a further £500 if all copies of this limited print sell.
"I’m releasing a limited run of 50 prints of my photograph of the home of Welsh rugby, The Millennium Stadium, which played host to the 1999 Rugby World Cup, in aid of my chosen charity JDRF.”
The 50 prints (25 colour, and 25 black and white) each measuring at 18” x 12” come mounted and framed in your choice of ‘studio black’ or ‘natural wood’ frame, and are retailing at a special price of £75 each to include postage and packing, which is a saving of £50 compared to other images on Tony’s website.
“£10 of the profits on each print goes directly to JDRF, a total donation of £500 if all prints are sold. I’ve also promised JDRF that should all 50 prints sell, I’ll double the donation myself, bringing the total to £1,000 for this very worthy cause.”
To order your framed limited edition photograph of the Millennium Stadium, and to help Tony achieve his fundraising target of £1,000 for JDRF, visit Tony Batey’s website