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SV TV Special: Sutton Living Memory

Sutton was to be the first council in London to partner with the Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) on a project which will help to commemorate the borough’s war dead who lost their lives in World War One. It has launched Sutton’s Living Memory project and is now looking for residents, organisation and companies to get involved in ensuring its success. If you would like to be involved in the Sutton’s Living Memory project please register your interest by emailing...

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SV TV meets Sutton Living Memory

Sutton was to be the first council in London to partner with the Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) on a project which will help to commemorate the borough’s war dead who lost their lives in World War One. It has launched Sutton’s Living Memory project and is now looking for residents, organisation and companies to get involved in ensuring its success. If you would like to be involved in the Sutton’s Living Memory project please register your interest by emailing...

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SV TV Special: Sutton Living Memory

An exciting project to pay tribute to 130 men and one woman of the Great War who are buried in Sutton Borough cemeteries has received a strong reaction from individuals and groups across the borough.

To explain what the project is about a video has been released to help those who are still considering whether to get involved to join the initiative.

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Photography exhibition joins others across the world

Simultaneous photography exhibitions by people affected by homelessness were being held in London, Sydney, New Orleans and Budapest on World Homeless Day . All the photos in the exhibitions come from single-use cameras given to people affected by homelessness. Around 100 people in each city was given a camera and asked to take photos of their city. The results are personal and very beautiful. Each city is producing a calendar, featuring the photos and the stories from the people who took them. Cafe Art in London launch the MyLondon 2017 calendar at Spitalfields Arts Market at 1pm on Monday. In the evening they will connect with the Budapest project by Skype, where the Budapest Bike Maffia, an organisation that give food to homeless people, are launching the MyBudapest 2017 calendar. Paul Ryan from Cafe Art in London said the main focus of the project was to empower people affected by homelessness though photography. “People gain new skills – not only in photography but in connecting with the outside world. Many people have lost a lot of confidence because of their experience being homeless and this is an attempt to give them something positive to focus on.” The MySydney project is run by Cafe Art Australia and is now in it’s second year. Like Cafe Art in London, they are working with local people. Michael Allwright says: “We’re not here to ‘change the world’ but what we are here to...

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