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Auction of Bronson art for assault victim
ARTWORK by one of Britain’s most notorious violent criminals will be auctioned at a special event to raise money for a Penrhyncoch victim of a vicious assault, who has finally returned home after six months in hospital.
Penrhyncoch teenager Tirion Lewis was beaten to within an inch of her life when she and her friend, Miriam Evans, were savagely attacked in the village in September.
Friends and family have rallied round to support Tirion, who still has a long battle ahead in her recovery.
Her return home has given her family a boost, and her father, Dilwyn Lewis, remains cautiously optimistic about Tirion making a full recovery.
He is thrilled by the support shown for his daughter - and from an unexpected quarter in the case of artwork by Charles Bronson, who is dubbed ‘Britain’s most violent prisoner’ and has served over 36 years, mostly in ‘solitary’.
- Pictured left, Charles Bronson. Right, Tirion Lewis
- See full story in this week's Aberystwyth edition of the Cambrian News