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Former business editor’s art to go on display posthumously

Ken HurstA former business editor’s artwork is set to be exhibited posthumously in his memory.

The exhibition of Ken Hurst’s work, including his final ever print, will go on display at the Anteros Arts Foundation, in Norwich.

Ken, pictured, ran the business desk at the Eastern Daily Press for six years and also served as a columnist for the Norwich-based daily until 2012.

He died in May aged 75 following a short diagnosis of cancer.

The exhibition, entitled The Last Bus Home, will celebrate Ken’s artwork, in particular his prints of Norwich.

Haychley Webb, Ken’s friend and co-coordinator, told the EDP: “We are hoping to try to get as many folks along as possible to see Ken’s work altogether for possibly the last time.”

The Last Bus Home will be open on August 29 and 30.