Life in Waltham Forest has been captured by a group of photographers for an exhibition titled 'Place Called Home'

Alessandra Rigillo, Owner, Abstract Yarn Shop, E17

Alessandra Rigillo, Owner, Abstract Yarn Shop, E17

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A photographic exhibition capturing life in Waltham Forest is being exhibited at the William Morris Gallery, Walthamstow.

Around 120 images of the best bits of the borough including its many inhabitants have been produced by Image17.

The commission by Waltham Forest Council, titled ‘Place Called Home’ sits alongside work by former resident and international photographer, David Bailey.

Seven members of the photography collective, all from Waltham Forest, put together the exhibition which captures the ‘diversity and unique qualities of the borough’.

Images include businesses, events, education, hobbies, community hubs, entertainment, religion, culture and interests.

The exhibition was launched last night.

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9:01pm Tue 15 Jul 14

Villagecranberry says...

The wool shop is very unique as it has different colours and there not many like it these days since the one closed at the Bakers Arms.
The wool shop is very unique as it has different colours and there not many like it these days since the one closed at the Bakers Arms. Villagecranberry
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