Limited edition prints by the inspirational Nicky Newman

Nicky Newman's limited edition prints

As many of you may already know, Nicky Newman was a secondary breast cancer campaigner, co-founder of Secondary Sisters and an inspiration to many through her popular social media. During a lockdown virtual painting class with artist and internet personality Sophie Tea, Nicky created this wonderful portrait which was named Aurora by her Instagramily. Each print is signed by Nicky and numbered out of 33, which is a number special to herself and her husband Alex.

We are delighted to announce Nicky’s husband, Alex, has very kindly shared this painting with us, and in turn we are going to share it with you! Alex has released a limited number of prints for purchase in early June.

Please CLICK HERE to register your interest so that you don’t miss out.

A limited number of prints will be made available via a raffle in June. All proceeds will go to Future Dreams trust Ltd to fund our support awareness and research initiatives. Click here to see more about how Future Dreams supports those touched by breast cancer. 

A bit about nicky…

Known for her catchphrase, ‘go grab life’, Nicky Newman from Surrey shone a light on the importance of making the most of each day, and seizing every opportunity while campaigning for breast cancer awareness. Nicky’s Instagram account nicknacklou is now managed by her husband Alex, CLICK HERE to keep up with her legacy.

“She has created a legacy here, a place where anyone can see that life is for positivity and smiles and happiness. Even through hardship… even if it seems impossible.”

Sylvie Henry and Danielle Leslie founders of Future Dreams breast cancer support
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Sylvie and Danielle began Future Dreams with just £100 in 2008. They believed nobody should face breast cancer alone.  Their legacy lives on in Future Dreams House.  We couldn’t continue to fund support services for those touched by breast cancer, raise awareness of breast cancer and promote early diagnosis and advance research into secondary breast cancer without your help. Please consider partnering with us or making a donation.

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