The Mill in Coppermill Lane, Walthamstow, is hosting the Face Value exhibition which opens later this week

The Mill volunteers and artists with the Face Value portraits.

The Mill volunteers and artists with the Face Value portraits.

First published in Waltham Forest East London and West Essex Guardian Series: Photograph of the Author by , Reporter

A new portrait exhibition is opening this week in Walthamstow.

Face Value is a collection of photographs, paintings and drawings by local artists of all ages and abilities.

The images are on display at The Mill community centre in Coppermill Road, Walthamstow.

The exhibition opens on Thursday at 6pm and runs until May 25.

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11:10am Wed 2 Apr 14

fabster says...

Long may The Mill continue to thrive & the volunteers who spend time & energy recognised for their contribution & achievements. Bravo everyone who fought to prevent the Council from selling off this community building which is now a destination asset bringing people to the area!
Long may The Mill continue to thrive & the volunteers who spend time & energy recognised for their contribution & achievements. Bravo everyone who fought to prevent the Council from selling off this community building which is now a destination asset bringing people to the area! fabster
  • Score: 5

10:41am Thu 3 Apr 14

Walthamster says...

Congratulations to all in St James Street Library Campaign who helped save the building, and to all those who turned it into the wonderful centre that it is now. Maybe one day Waltham Forest council will start supporting local efforts instead of trying to suppress them. I can dream ...

Meanwhile, I'm off to the Mill - there's always something to enjoy there.
Congratulations to all in St James Street Library Campaign who helped save the building, and to all those who turned it into the wonderful centre that it is now. Maybe one day Waltham Forest council will start supporting local efforts instead of trying to suppress them. I can dream ... Meanwhile, I'm off to the Mill - there's always something to enjoy there. Walthamster
  • Score: 2

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