Celebrity body art raises money for Dorset Wildlife Trust


An auction of paintings on eBay made by famous people using parts of their anatomy has raised money for Dorset Wildlife Trust.

Suzi Quatro's finger helped secure more than £100, the prime minister's body part made nearly £50 while Prunella Scales' foot only managed £31.50.

Contributors to the Wild Art Auction included other local celebrities, including Edward Fox, from Purbeck, and Martin Clunes, from Beaminster.

Nicky Hoar, from the trust, said she was surprised at how many celebrities responded.

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