The final ever print to be produced by artist and journalist Ken Hurst will take centre stage at a memorial exhibition. 

The Last Bus Home will celebrate the Norwich-based creative’s artwork, in particular his prints of the fine city. 

As well as his print of the Norwich Lions, a selection of his art will be on display and available to buy – including his last print depicting the famous 1988 bus sinkhole incident on Earlham Road. 

Eastern Daily Press: Artist and journalist, Ken Hurst

Haychley Webb, friend and co-coordinator, said: "We are hoping to try to get as many folks along as possible to see Ken's work altogether for possibly the last time."

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The exhibition has been made possible through the donations of the Norwich Art Shop collective and Anteros Arts Foundation, based on Fye Bridge Street where the exhibition will take place.

The Last Bus Home will be open to everyone on August 29 and 30 and all are welcome to attend an open view between 6pm and 8pm on August 29.

Eastern Daily Press: Ken Hurst's final print, The Last Bus Home, will be exhibited at a memorial exhibition