Ledbury people have a month to catch up with a new exhibition at the Tourist Information Centre, which celebrates the work of three gifted friends.

The trio have formed a thriving art group that lacks only one thing . . . a name.

They are Roy Willett, who taught art for 30 years at Malvern Hills College, his wife Daphne, who was a designer for C&A, and Pat Jacobs, who was an archaeological illustrator for three decades.

Mrs Willett, of Little Marcle Road, Ledbury, said: "It's an accident that we share art as an interest. We are a group without a name."

Mr Willett said: "One hopes to sell things; otherwise, it accumulates!"

Roy is sticking with his first love of painting, while both Daphne and Pat have become more and more interested in designing on glass over the past few years.

Mrs Jacobs, of Wellington Heath, said: "Glass is the ultimate and we delight in lines."