Rotarians at Builth Wells Rotary Club have put their creativty to good use by producing paintings to raise money for charity.

As president of the Club, John Price, a keen amateur artist, asked his fellow Rotarians to come to his studio for a one-hour lesson in how to paint in acrylics.

Over the weeks, 16 of them turned up in pairs to spend a couple of hours, brushes in hand, attempting to create a masterpiece.

The resulting artistic gems are on display in the window of Caleb Roberts on West Street.

They vary in style but have one thing in common - they have been painted by somebody who had never before put brush to canvas.

Builth Wells Rotary are offering them for sale to the discerning public, with every penny raised going to the Bracken Trust.

The club will let them go for the bargain price of £25 each, or more if the buyer recognises great art and wishes to pay extra for such a worthy cause.

The Bracken Trust charity, based in Llandrindod Wells, exists to support anyone affected by cancer. This includes patients, families/carers and bereaved relatives.