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Sales of Arches prints to help save Terraces

by Jonathan Adams

An illustrator and the owners of a seafront pub are among those who have pledged to donate profits to a campaign to save the crumbling arches of Madeira Terraces.

Lisa Holdcroft, who gained a cult following when she illustrated the rise of the i360 tower in cartoons in 2015, will donate proceeds from a new artwork to the council’s crowdfunding campaign.

The Horatio pub on the Brighton Palace Pier will give £1 to the campaign for every sale of their new “Terraces” cocktail.

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