Quentin was one of our recent guests who was able to find great expression in our Arts and Crafts workshops and we feel that his creations deserve a gallery all of their own.
Nature has been an inspiration for many a famous artist. And likewise it has inspired our guests to produce some particularly interesting and varied paintings.
Please enjoy yet more examples of the beautiful artwork produced by our guests.
Arts and Crafts play a very important role in the activities programme at Jimmy’s and we are sure you will gain as much enjoyment as we have from this selection of abstract paintings created by some of our guests.
Internationally renowned ‘guerilla’ scrap artist Giles Walker recently exhibited his interpretation of The Last Supper at the Kings Parade gallery space in Cambridge. Part of the Changing Spaces exhibit, The Last Supper featured 13 figures clad in leather around a candlelit table, where they are seen smoking and interacting, a child also standing on the […]
On Sunday 21st July our friends at Cambridge Link-Up organised a service in the beautiful Memorial Garden that has been created at 222 Victoria Road to mark International Remembrance Day. Held in many cities and countries around the world the day allows us to remember with love and respect friends who have lost their lives […]
Jimmy’s Cambridge, Tommy McLafferty Cup Winners 2013! At the 4th annual Tommy McLafferty Cup, a 5-a-side football tournament involving teams from organizations working within the homeless sector in and around Cambridge, Jimmy’s claimed the trophy thanks to a 1-0 final victory over a team representing the city’s police.