By buying this unique local artwork you will help bring out the next edition of The Thornton Heath Chronicle.

Since we launched the campaign to raise funds for The Thornton Heath Chronicle seven months ago 45 people have donated £823 via the Go Fund Me campaign towards the £10,000 target.

We need £200 to bring out the next edition of The Chronicle in February, so we are auctioning these amazing limited edition life-like pictures of people’s faces and animals drawn by Kirsty Kacani who has Aspergers. These drawings (shown below) are being offered for auction are all A4 size and are signed.

When we put a call out for help in ensuring the future of The Chronicle Kirsty and her mum Stacey were the first to come forward and offer limited edition prints of her creations for us to auction to raise funds to keep The Chronicle going. We’d like to thank them both for their support.

We are setting the bids at £20 each. Email The Chronicle



Three prints of: Jamaican world record sprinter Usain Bolt, Thornton Heath grime artist Stormzy and  style icon  90-year-old Iris Apfel.



Two prints of: boxing legend Mohammad Ali, The Queen Elizabeth II and British music and TV producer Simon Cowell of X Factor fame. Two images of a Labrador Retriever posing.

One image of: a beautiful horse, the Virgin Mary, Actor Sir Ian McKellen,  a lovely Staffie dog and Beatles legend John Lennon.